I have a mouse with only two buttons but I still need to use the middle mouse click for some programs. Is there a way to emulate the middle mouse click (e.g. by adding a keyboard shortcurt) in Windows 7?
Try pressing both the left and right mouse buttons at the same time. If it doesn't work, take a look at this: http://cybernetnews.com/helpful-tip-middle-click-on-a-touchpad-laptop-mouse/.
Try searching the site next time, there is already an answer: How can I emulate middle click in Windows on a touchpad?
I have a Toshiba Kirabook with Windows 8.1 and similarly no middle mouse button and one of my programs requires a middle mouse click for some functions. I was experimenting with different key strike combinations and found that if I hold down the "Fn" key between the "ctrl" and "windows/ startmenu" key and left-click, then it makes a middle mouse click in any program. Hope this helps Kirabook users.
Regards, Christopher Collins
Use the free tool NeatMouse. It allows you to emulate any mouse-button via a configurable key.