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Lesson 1. Navigating Outlook > Using the Mouse in Outlook

Using the Mouse in Outlook

As with most Windows-based programs, you can use the mouse in Outlook to select items, open mail and folders, move items, and so on. In general, clicking selects an item, and double-clicking selects it and performs some action on it (like displaying its contents).

In addition to clicking and double-clicking, there are some special mouse actions you can use in Outlook. First, to move an object to another position on the screen (to transfer a mail message to another folder, for example), you can drag the object with the mouse. To drag an object to a new location on-screen, point to the object and press and hold down the left mouse button. Move the mouse pointer to the new location, and then release the mouse button.


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