How do you right click on a MacBook?


Quick Answer

Simultaneously using two fingers to click or tap on the trackpad works as a right-click on a MacBook laptop. Clicking the trackpad while the Control key is pressed is also equivalent to a right-click.

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The Mac OS X operating system in MacBook laptops offers more options for right-clicking. Simply go to the System Preferences window, click Trackpad and select one of the available options under the Secondary Click drop-down menu. This includes using only one finger to click in either the bottom-left or bottom-right corner of the trackpad. Other options are also available to change how the trackpad works. MacBooks can also use Magic Mouse or other multiple-button mice for right-clicking.

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