Point-N-Click is a FREE stand-alone on-screen virtual mouse designed for anyone with a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to click a physical computer mouse. As long as they can move a mouse, trackball or other pointing device, they can send mouse clicks to virtually any Windows application or DOS application that can run within a window and even many that are full screen.
Do you only need a little help? Maybe you just have difficulty double clicking or switching to right clicking? Try ClickAid mouse helper designed for anyone who has difficulty switching between mouse buttons or double clicking on a physical computer mouse. It will work with all mouse systems including head mice, tablet PCs, and touch screen devices.
Point-N-Click also acts as a companion product to Lake Software's Click-N-Type. It uses AutoMouse a feature similar to AutoClick for those who find clicking the mouse button difficult or impossible.
Point-N-Click was designed with ease of use foremost in mind. Yes, it's FREE. No charge and no strings attached.
The combination of Point-N-Click and Click-N-Type or other virtual keyboard will give the user complete freedom to use a computer. Accessing features like starting and closing programs, context menus and browser "Address:" fields, Email "To:" addresses, Email "Subject:" fields, dialog boxes like "Open" and "Save As...", and many other problematic applications. The user will even be able to play many games even if they run in full screen mode. The main window is icon based and does not require reading skills or language translation. Even a young child can use it.
Point-N-Click is a 32 bit Windows application and runs on the following operating systems: Windows 95/98/NT4.x/Me/2000/XP.
ClickAid is a free stand-alone on-screen mouse aid designed for anyone who has difficulty switching between mouse buttons or double clicking on a physical computer mouse. It will work with all mouse systems including head mouse and touch screen devices. ClickAid functions can be accessed by clicking on the form or optionally by using AutoSelect dwelling to enable the functions to be selected by hovering the mouse pointer over the buttons. Windows NT / 2000 / XP.