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How can I do a right-click using the keyboard in Mac OS X Snow Leopard using the Logitech Wave Keyboard?

The keyboard has keys as Fn + PrintScreen, but it only works in Windows, not Mac OS X.

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From "How can the mouse pointer be moved using the keyboard?":

Search for “mouse keys” in System Preferences. Enabling it (which can usually be done by tapping Option five times) allows the numeric keypad to function as an 8-direction “joystick” (7 = left+up, 8 = up, 9 = right+up, etc.). Use the keypad's 5 to click the mouse (press it twice, quickly to double click; hold Control while pressing to right-click).

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and on a macbook ? – javadba Sep 26 '15 at 19:56

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