Click vs. Click on vs. Click at

Click is about pressing a mouse button to select a link or item on the screen. Use Click as a transitive verb that acts as an action verb and has a direct object — this means that no preposition is required after the verb.

Click vs. Click on vs. Click at Important

  • DO NOT use Click on and Click at.
  • Click in is acceptable but in other contexts. For example, click anywhere in the window.

Examples

  1. In the Parameter Details column, click the Edit button next to the Default Value field.
  2. To save changes made to the parameter settings, click Save.
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