Get out of a right-click menu
Using the right mouse button to click on an object on the screen can cause a special menu to pop up. This is known as a right-click menu.
These menus can be very handy to perform specific tasks, but sometimes we trigger them by accident. In this course, we look at how you can get rid of them.
Below you will find three different ways to learn about removing a right-click menu. You can:
- Watch it: A short animation demonstrating the different ways to close a right-click menu.
- Try it: For laptop and desktop computers only. An interactive challenge for you to practise closing a right-click menu.
- Read it: Read the steps in our handy guide that you can print or save for later. Available in different languages in the Print the guide section at the bottom of this page.
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Watch our short video on how to close a right-click menu.
For desktop and laptop computers only. Try it for yourself in a safe practice environment.