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Using a Contextual Menu

A contextual menu offers commands for dealing with a particular selection or item. Because the contextual menu applies to only the selected command or location, it displays a more limited range of commands that pertain specifically to that selection or location. This means you can more quickly identify and choose the appropriate command to use. In Mac OS X Version 10.2, you’ll use contextual menus often for working with files and folders in a Finder window, or for working with items on the desktop. (You also can display a contextual menu within an application or file to see commands for working with the current selection.)




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