click and drag


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click and drag

Using a pointing device, such as a mouse, to latch onto an icon on screen and move it to some other location. When the screen pointer is over the icon of the object, the mouse button is clicked to grab it. The button is held down while the object is moved ("dragged") to its destination. Then the mouse button is released.
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If not, click and drag the right edge of the chart (not either corner) and move it to a desired location to print.
The keyframe structure is designed to let users create smooth animated sequences quickly and easily with the click and drag of the mouse.
8, 1996-- VroomBooks(R), a division of T/Maker Company, a leader in consumer software, today announced the release of My Very First(TM) Software, the only software product on the market whose intent is to teach first-time and beginner computer users basic computer skills, such as using a mouse to point, click and drag and using a keyboard.