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    Default How do I put Enter on the Right click!?

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    The question is somehow strange let me put some comments on it,
    In CAD12 when I was using Right-Click on the mouse it was working as Enter button. It was a really good way to end your command instead of using Enter button. Nowadays, when you use right-click at the end of a command a menu appears and you have to select Enter from there and you know it's annoying. I'm wondering if anybody can help me putting Enter on my Right-Click.

    Thanks for your immediate answer as usual.

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    Command line: Options
    Select "User Preferences" tab
    top right hand box is Windows Standard Behavior. In there click on the button "Right-click Customization..."
    The first option is to use a Quick click to use the right button as Enter

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