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The means to move a mouse across a flat surface until the mouse pointer rests on the item of choice is called a wheel. In many cases, the wheel is replaced with an electronic light. The mouse may also need to rest on a mouse pad to move smoothly.

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it means to move the mouse until you see the pointer (usually a white arrow) stop on what you want to click on.

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I think the best word is hover. The mouse pointer is hovering over your intended selection. Here are the actions you can do with your mouse: Click Double Click Right Click Drag Move Mouse Over or Hover

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aiaf you move the mouse pointer over a item in a template and it becomes shaded this tell you that it is a building block?

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When you position your mouse pointer over the name of the item, it is called "hovering" over the name.

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work mouse desinged to make clickin and move the item easily

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You point to an item, hold down the right mouse button, move the item to the desired location, and then release the right mouse button.

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A pointer is an address or the name for the location for an item of data. An uninitialised pointer is one that has not been assigned an initial value or item of data.

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it an item that only lets your Pokemon use one move for the whole battle

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A stack is a data structure in which last item inserted is taken out first . That's why they are known as LIFO (last in first out). Inserting an item in stack is termed as push and taking an item out from stack I s termed as pop. Stack pointer is the pointer that points to the top of the stack or that points the item at the top of the stack and help in adding or deleting the item from the top of stack.

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Hold down the left button on your mouse and place the cursor to the far left or right of the item you want highlighted. Then, move your mouse across the word(s). Release the mouse button

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A stack is a data structure in which last item inserted is taken out first . That's why they are known as LIFO (last in first out). Inserting an item in stack is termed as push and taking an item out from stack I s termed as pop. Stack pointer is the pointer that points to the top of the stack or that points the item at the top of the stack and help in adding or deleting the item from the top of stack.

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A stack is a data structure in which last item inserted is taken out first . That's why they are known as LIFO (last in first out). Inserting an item in stack is termed as push and taking an item out from stack I s termed as pop. Stack pointer is the pointer that points to the top of the stack or that points the item at the top of the stack and help in adding or deleting the item from the top of stack.

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Its not a stack counter - its a stack pointer. The stack pointer is a register that points to the top of the stack. In the Intel configuration, it points to the next item to be popped off the stack. To push an item requires that the stack pointer be decremented first, and then the item is written. The inverse operation - the pop - requires read then increment.

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The first item sold he sold was a broken laser pointer, for $14.83

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the first eBay item offer for auction was a broken laser pointer

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On a Mac the Secondary Mouse Button is what is often called a Right Click - The primary button being the Left Click. When you click the Secondary/Right hand button you will see a menu of options appear from the mouse pointer. You can move your mouse down the list of options and click on an appropriate item. The contents of the menu will vary depending upon which application you are using when you click - which is why the menu is known as a Context menu. In the Mouse section of System Preferences you can configure the Secondary button to perform some task, other than activating the menu, like opening Spotlight to search for something.

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Use the mouse as a point and click device. Watch the monitor as you move the mouse around and you should see an arrow moving on the window/screen in relationship to the motion of the mouse. Now move the mouse so that the corresponding arrow you see on the Graphical User Interface (aka GUI~aka what you see on the computer's monitor screen) is placed on the desired location (e.g., the button you want to click or highlighted item you want to select) of the interface (e.g., on the button or item on the monitor that you want to click) and then clicking the left mouse button on the mouse to select the (usually highlighted) item or button on the screen. The left mouse button is used more often and to click to take actions as described above, but when you click on the right mouse button, it allows you to see a menu of other actions you can use the left mouse button to select (such as copy, delete, move, print, etc.). The actions you can choose on that menu will sometimes change depending on where you are hovering the arrow on the screen. There are many games for practicing mouse use and other demonstrations of how to use a mouse available online. See the link in the related links section for a demo from Microsoft on how to use a mouse.

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The very first item sold on eBay was a broken laser pointer for $14.83

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Dragging is usually accomplished by putting the cursor over the subject in question, clicking and holding down the left mouse button, the mouse can then be moved dragging the item with it to the new location. There the mouse button is released and i love my mom!!!


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