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How Can I Access Right-Mouse Click Menus on Mac Computers?
Author: KB Admin Reference Number: AA-02809 Views: 7168 Created: 2012-08-05 19:00 Last Updated: 2014-10-10 08:47 0 Rating/ Voters
BibleWorks, designed for the Windows environment, is heavily supported with context-sensitive menus accessed via the click of the right mouse button.

Mac computers, however, typically ship with a mouse that only has one button, thus there is no right mouse button to click. If BibleWorks is running on a Mac computer (either in an emulation environment, or on a Mac with an Intel processor,) how does one access those menus? Actually, there are two ways of doing so.

1. Use a two-button mouse

Macintosh OS X actually supports a two-button mouse. A number of products are available that will work with the Mac operating system.

2. Use a mouse and keyboard combination

Hold the Shift + Control key on the keyboard, then click the mouse. The appropriate right-mouse functionality will engage with this action. If you are using the trackpad on your Mac, a two finger tap should execute the action of the right mouse button.

Last Update - EM/MC/October 3, 2014