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How do I change the mouse click to just one click

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Mamamegs [MS MVP]

#2
pmaston pretended :

> I would love to be able to just use one mouse click to execute a
> program, I can't figure it out.....Peter
In Windows Explorer, click Organize > Folder and search options >
Single click to open an item...

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Dustin Harper

#4
Go to the Control Panel > Folder Options > And the third item down says
"Click items as follows". And you can select the "Single-click to open an
item".

That will get it done for you!

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"pmaston" <pmaston@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I would love to be able to just use one mouse click to execute a program, I
>can't figure it out.....Peter
 

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Mr. Arnold

#5
"pmaston" <pmaston@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I would love to be able to just use one mouse click to execute a program, I
>can't figure it out.....Peter
Right-click the Start button, Explorer, Organize menu option at top for
screen, you'll see a little white down arrow next to the word Organize,
click it, Folder and Search options, and you'll see the Single click option.
 

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John Inzer

#6
pmaston wrote:

> I would love to be able to just use one mouse click to execute a
> program, I can't figure it out.....Peter
===================================
Maybe the following link will offer a solution:

Windows Vista -
Set Single Click for Mouse - How
http://www.vistax64.com/vista-general/3655-set-single-click-mouse-how.html


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pmaston

#8
What a group, many many thanks to all of you, and it is working
now......Peter

"Mike Hall - MVP" <mikehall@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> "pmaston" <pmaston@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:ABC3E3D2-D86E-44F0-A384-16D8BE699D8E@xxxxxx

>>I would love to be able to just use one mouse click to execute a program,
>>I can't figure it out.....Peter
>
>
> Go to Folder Options in Control Panel.. its on the General tab..
>
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> Mike Hall - MVP
> http://msmvps.com/blogs/mikehall/default.aspx
>
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