Hidden trackpad tips for your MacBook or MacBook Pro Video
Hidden trackpad tips for your MacBook or MacBook Pro Video Transcript
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>> Did you just get a new MacBook or MacBook Pro and need the secondary click on the new multitouch trackpad? I'm Brian Tong and in this Quick Tip we'll show you how to set it up in a jippy. Now there's two ways of turning on the secondary click, so we'll show you both. So let's jump into your system preferences and you want to select the trackpad icon. On the left hand-side find the section that says one finger. Activate the secondary click by clicking on the appropriate box and from there you can chose if you wanted to be in the right or left hand corner. Now try it out and it works like a charm. Now, if you'd like to use two fingers instead, click in the appropriate box in the trackpad settings to activate the secondary click and now you're good to go when you press on the trackpad with two fingers. I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com and there's your Quick Tip for the secondary click on Apple's new laptop line, use it wisely. ^M00:00:51 [ Music ]
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