A single tap on a mouse's button.
The action of depressing the left mouse button when the Cursor is over a Button or Link.
vb. To press and release a mouse button once without moving the mouse. Clicking is usually performed to select or deselect an item or to activate a program or program feature.
To quickly press and release a mouse button. Generally used when the mouse pointer is positioned on a screen object like a button.
to press and immediately release a mouse button
(v.) To position the pointer over an object and then press and release a mouse button. (n.) The act of clicking. See also press.
A single press and release of a mouse button.
To press and release the mouse button without moving the mouse. To click on something means to position the pointer on an object on the screen, then click.
The process of placing the mouse cursor over an object on the desktop and pressing down on the mouse button and releasing.
The act of pressing the mouse button, while the cursor is positioned over an item.
To activate an icon, a menu or any item on screen by pointing a mouse cursor at it and clicking on the mouse key. The left button is the most commonly used one, but the right button can have specific uses within different applications and most often provides a drop-down menu pertinent to wherever the cursor is placed.
The action of pressing down a mouse button (usually the left one) and releasing it.
To press and release the mouse button quickly.
A click is the action of pressing the mouse button to select an icon, link, or banner ad.
Selecting an item, word, or image on the computer screen by pushing the button on your mouse.
Refers to the surfer moving the mouse pointer over an area on a page, and 'clicking' the mouse button. You might hear a webmaster saying, "A surfer clicked my banner". This means that the surfer moved their mouse pointer over a link on the screen, and 'clicked' that link. They were then taken to another webpage.
An action performed by a user with their mouse. A button on the mouse is quickly depressed and released.
Briefly depress and release the primary mouse button (usually the left button). You will use the single click to position the insertion point in a document or select a Word menu item, for example.
That means that you should use your mouse, point the pointer over something on the screen and press the left button. You should know that the mouse has to be still when you click or it will try to move whatever you clicked on (that action is called "Drag or Move").
To press and release a mouse button rapidly, usually over a hot spot or icon in a graphical user interface (GUI).
The number of times users click on an online banner or button ad.
Point the mouse arrow on the screen and click the left mouse button once to accomplish the task. (Double Click - Point the mouse arrow on the screen and rapidly click the left mouse button twice to accomplish the task.)
v. To press and release a button on a pointing device without moving the pointer off the object or choice.
to â€˜ click onâ€™ something on the computer screen is to select or highlight it by pointing the cursor at it using the mouse, and then pressing or â€˜clickingâ€™ a mouse button. To â€˜right-clickâ€™ and to â€˜left-clickâ€™ are to do this with the right-hand and left-hand mouse buttons respectively.
An expression meaning to move the mouse cursor over the desired area of the screen and then click the left (sometimes the right) mouse button.
When a user's mouse physically "clicks" on an advertisement, this usually links the user to the advertiser's home page or a page with more information.
To position the mouse pointer on a screen element and then press and release the left mouse button. See also double-click.
When a visitor clicks the mouse on a banner ad, the visitor is transferred to the advertiser's site. The number of responses to a banner ad is sometimes referred to as the number of "clicks."
To press and release a mouse button in one motion; usually refers to the left mouse button.
Pressing and releasing the mouse button is "clicking" the mouse.
a user action characterized by pressing a mouse button, generally the left one
depression of a button on a computer mouse; "a click on the right button for example"
a mouse down and a mouse up
an on/off signal from the mouse button
a sound produced by placing the tongue in position for a stop while there's a second closure somewhere else, accumulating pressure and then releasing the closure (see below)
To "select" something by pressing the left mouse button once. Pressing it twice is a "double-click."
to tap or press the mouse button.
to press or release a mouse button quickly
Unless specified otherwise, this means to press the left mouse button.
a command directing the user to press the left mouse button.
To push & release a button on the mouse. (Left button is the main button, unless it has been programmed otherwise, such as for a left handed person)
To select an ad, usually by clicking on it with a mouse, for the purpose of following its link and obtaining more information about the item that appears in the ad. Click Through The percentage of ad views that resulted in an ad click
To quickly press and release the left mouse button.
To click is the action of tapping a mouse button, by pressing and immediately releasing the button.
A mouse operation: quickly press and release the left mouse button once.
Push down lightly with your index finger on the left button of the mouse to select. Double Click rapidly to open.
Process of pressing and releasing a button on the mouse that activates an object on the screen. 3.4
To position the cursor on an item, then press and quickly release the mouse button. Among other functions, clicking is generally used to select an icon, position a cursor in a document, or to confirm choices in dialog boxes. See Double-Click, Drag.
Occurs when a user presses a button on a mouse which in turn, generates a command to the computer
To press the mouse button once (such as pointing it to the location you want to open).
This term refers to the process of pressing and releasing a mouse button. This is usually the left mouse button, unless otherwise specified. A click is different than a pick, because with a click operation, you are not necessarily selecting an object or entity. The Add Point command, for example, requires to to position the cursor where you want the point and click the left mouse button to set the point.
is the action of pressing the mouse left button on a hyperlink so as to move on to a new web site or web page.
To click an item means to point to it with the screen pointer, and then press quickly and release the left mouse button at once.
Pressing a mouse button. A "left click" means the leftmost button on a two- or three-button mouse is pressed. A "right click" means the rightmost button is pressed. To "shift click" means to hold down the "Shift" key on the keyboard while clicking the mouse button.
To push and release a button on the mouse.
To press the left button on a mouse or touchpad once. Pressing the left button on a mouse or touchpad quickly twice is called double-clicking.
The act of pressing a mouse button while the pointer is above an advertisement.
When you press a mouse button down and release.
A verb meaning "to select something with a (computer) mouse."
To indicate a selection, or to issue a command, by moving the mouse to a place on the screen and then pressing the left mouse button sharply. To click a button, the user hovers the mouse's arrow—like cursor over the button and then clicks by pressing the left mouse button quickly. (Click when the mouse cursor is shaped like an arrow. If the cursor is shaped like an I beam, the user is expected to type some text, not to click.) Note that clicking is not the same thing as "right clicking" or "double clicking".
To press and immediately release the mouse or pointer device, producing a clicking sound.
To position the pointer on something and, without moving the mouse, quickly press and release a mouse button. See also double-click.
This refers to the action of pressing on the button of a mouse or other input device. The press of the button when the cursor or pointer is in certain locations will cause the operating system or program you are running to react accordingly.
Clicking the MaxMonkey system tray icon with your mouse pointer will perform the associated action
interface: The action of moving the mouse cursor (usually a little arrow on the screen) on top of something on the screen and pressing and releasing the mouse button. Clicking will do one of three things 1) it will select the item clicked on, if that item is selectable (like an icon on the desktop); 2) it will perform some action if the item clicked on was a button; 3) it will do nothing or deselect anything previously selected if the item clicked on was neither a button nor selectable. Some items that do nothing when clicked on will do something if you click and move or drag the mouse without releasing the mouse button. On a Newton, tap.
a single pressing of the mouse button, used to select an item or, in conjunction with click and hold, to select an item from a pull-down menu or to highlight a chunk of text. Because the Mac mouse generally has one button and the IBM Microsoft Mouse system supports more, "click" can be ambiguous in translation.
To press and release a mouse button. Clicking selects or activates the object beneath the button.
To click is to point the mouse arrow at the target object (e.g. text link or image link) and to press your mouse button. For PC users, press the left mouse button. For Mac users, simply press the mouse button.
Activate or highlight by pressing the mouse button, or stylus, etc.
To press and release a mouse button without moving the mouse pointer. Unless otherwise specified, mouse button 1 is assumed.
The action of pushing down and releasing the mouse button quickly.
In Web advertising, a click is an instance of a user pressing down (clicking) on a mouse button in an ad space. The click rate is the number of clicks on an ad as a percentage of the number of times that the ad was downloaded with a page. Source: Whatis.com
A single depression and release of the left mouse button (in the standard mouse button configuration) with the pointer's focus maintained over the specified hyperlink.
To use a mouse button to select an item on a computer screen.
Depressing and releasing a mouse button to select a screen object. The click is used to make selections and to navigate with your browser.
To depress and release a mouse button quickly. (In Windows, the term "click" usually refers to the left mouse button).
Point to an item and then quickly press and release the mouse button.
to point the cursor at an "on screen" object and then press and release the mouse button to open or manipulate that object.
Rapidly pushing and releasing a mouse button is called clicking. If you do it just once, this is also called "single clicking". Some options require double clicking.
To move the mouse pointer over an object or icon and press and release the mouse button once without moving the mouse.
To press and release a mouse button. The term comes from the fact that pressing and releasing the buttons of most mice makes a clicking sound.
A clickthrough is generated when a user clicks with their mouse on a hyperlink within the email message and is redirected to their browser (or email application) to view the link's corresponding web page. A clickthrough (CTR) is often stated as a percentage of clicks over received messages.
In Google Analytics, a click refers to the process of moving from one page in a site to the next via clicking the mouse button on a hyperlink (a slightly narrower definition than what is normally used). In the Click Through report, the term Clicks is used to describe the movement from the "previous" page to the page being analysed and from there to the "next" page.
To position the pointer on an object on the screen, and then to press and quickly release the mouse button.
Action consisting of placing the mouse over an object and pressing the button without moving the mouse.
In web terms: A mouse click on a hyperlink element (such as text or picture) on a web page, which creates an event such as taking a visitor to another web page or another part of the same page.
to press and quickly release a mouse button.
To press and immediately release a button on a computer mouse. The phrase "click on" means to position the cursor or pointer on a screen object and click, thereby highlighting the object in order to manipulate it in some way.
To tap one of the mouse buttons.
To press and release a mouse or trackball button once while the cursor is stationary.
You will often see the expression "click here". To click, quickly press and release the your mouse button once. Sometimes you will be required to "double click" - as this suggests, press and release the button twice. See Mouse for more information on the right and left hand buttons.
To press a button on a mouse or other pointer.Clicking is used to place the cursor, when working in text, or to select an object on the screen or a menu option.
Term used to describe when a user selects a link or search engine listing by pressing the mouse button while holding the pointer over the link
Depressing once, and releasing, the button on the left-hand side of the mouse.
When a button on the mouse is depressed for a given amount of time.