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point-and-click

[ point-n-klik ]
/ ˈpɔɪnt nˈklɪk /
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adjective Computers.
of or denoting an interface with which the user typically interacts by using a mouse to move the cursor and then clicking on a screen object.
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Origin of point-and-click

First recorded in 1980–85
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British Dictionary definitions for point-and-click

point-and-click

adjective
computing of or relating to the way a computer mouse can be used to select and operate functions from a computer screena bright and cheerful point-and-click interface
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