The basic rules for using a mouse in an Open Look application such as WAVE are:
Notice boxes and some other windows have default buttons, identified by a double oval outline. If the pointer is anywhere in the window, you can press ( ) instead of clicking left on the default button if you wish.
To type into a text field, move the mouse pointer near the insertion point and click left. The text cursor should appear nearby; if it is a black triangle, you may begin typing. Use or to erase the character to the left of the text cursor. To move the cursor within the field use the arrow keys ( , ), or use emacs-style commands:
Until you press (or ), your typing is not interpreted.
Unless spot help is disabled, you can get help on any control by pointing to it and pressing (or if you don't have a key). To enable spot help, see ``How do I get spot help ...?''.
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