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 (cursor) 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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You can activate the Orbit tool, then click and drag in the upward direction.
Other prompts ask the participant to click and drag, select from a list, and click repeatedly on one spot.
Click and drag your mouse pointer from the top of the graph to the x axis.
Click and drag it over to the left until the box is a smallish square.
There are commercial add-ins available that do allow cropping, or alternatively the picture can be copied (right-click picture; select copy) and pasted into IrfanView (open IrfanView, 'Edit/Paste'), cropped in IrfanView (click and drag a box, select 'Edit/ Crop selection' in IrfanView), then copy ('Edit/Copy' in IrfanView) and paste (select slide, 'Edit/Paste', in PowerPoint), back into PowerPoint.