Can you copy & paste with the mouse without having to click "edit"?

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    There have always been a number of ways to copy and paste text. Using a Control+Click to access a context menu, enabling Right Click in the Mouse System Preference pane to enable access to the context menu, or by using the keyboard shortcuts Command+C (copy), Command+X (cut), and Command+V (paste).

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  • You can bring up a context menu by using the right click feature of the mouse, and you can then choose Cut, Copy or Paste from that menu.

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  • yes, by using two fingers to do a 'right click' and selecting it from the pop up menu

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  • Yes: Since this mouse has a secondary click function (i.e. "right-click"), it will have the same access to contextual copy/cut/paste functions (via pop-up menu) as common multi-button mice (such as the Mighty Mouse and most third-party devices).

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  • Yes, I can do it

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  • yes

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  • Yes with a secondary click (touch), on the right side of your mouse, just like the Mighty Mouse

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  • Yes. You can actually do this with any Apple Mouse. Just right click and choose copy from the contextual menu.

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  • This is built into os x.

    It has left/right click functions so yes it will have the copy/paste menu under the "right click" function.

    If that is what you mean.

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