point-and-click

adjective

Definition of point-and-click 

: of, relating to, or being a computer interface that allows the activation of a file or function by selection with a pointing device (such as a mouse)

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1983, in the meaning defined above

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point-and-click

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of point-and-click

computers : used by pointing to images on a computer screen and pressing a mouse or other device

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