Two questions

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Adeux, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. Adeux macrumors newbie

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    I got my first Mac yesterday night. I'm really loving this machine, it's the 20" 2.4Ghz model with an extra gig of ram. :D :apple:


    Anyways, I was able to find out by playing around how to set the mouse to right click. I was wondering if having to pick up your left finger in order to right click was normal, and if it is, no biggie, I'm sure I can get used to it.

    Second question, I got applecare with my new computer (at a discount since it was my first mac, yay) and the last thing I did last night was to register my applecare. Well, everything went smoothly. However, I saved a PDF of my confirmation page (which I will print out once I get the wireless printer set up) and upon reviewing it, I noticed there was a typo in my address "51615" instead of "15615". I sent an e-mail to apple asking how to change it, because they physically mail you a confirmation of your enrollment, correct? Since it said the e-mail wouldn't be replied to in one business day, I figured I'd ask here, too (since technically I shouldn't expect it until Tuesday).
     
  2. superleccy macrumors 6502a

    superleccy

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    1. Yes you also have to lift your left finger away from the mouse to do a right-click.

    2. We can't help you there... I'm sure Apple will sort it out.

    SL
     

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