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>>         This is a question about referring to which mouse button to use.
>>         In my writing and training I use the term 'click on' to mean
>>         clicking on a hyperlink using the left mouse button and 'right
>>         click' to click using the right mouse button.

I can tell you without looking that the Microsoft Manual of Style says
'right click' is the standard. I would have to check my other references.

For the web, the equivalent Macintosh command is 'control + click.'
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