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Wanna automate mouse clicks in group ? Try out another Mouse Automation Software utilty named Auto Mouse Click. Add Mouse Clicks in the Software Utility, Save the Auto Mouse Click File and Double Click on the saved file to start automating Mouse Clicks of every type. Click on the screenshot to know more about the Auto Mouse Click Software Utility and try it for free.
In case you would like to click mouse cursor at random locations on computer screen with fixed or random delay interval between mouse clicks, our another software Random Mouse Clicker might be of interest to you. The Software offers delay configurable fixed or random interval in milliseconds and has option to select where to click on a single or multi monitor screen. The Mouse Clicker works on most of the Windows operating systems such as Windows 7, Vista, XP, etc.
Simple and Easy to use Auto Clicker allows few configurable options. Given below steps outline how to use Auto Clicker.
Download and Install Auto Clicker.
Launch Auto Clicker with Shortcut on Desktop or from Programs Menu.
Notice the System Tray now, which will be having a new icon in red color with Icon of Auto Clicker.
Double Click the Tray Icon or Right Click on the Tray Icon to Show the Main Window of the Auto Clicker.
The Main Window of the Software allows you to configure the shortcut key to start / stop the mouse clicking automatically.
You can also define interval between Mouse Clicks and number of Automatica Mouse Clicks in the main window.
Let's create a Shortcut Key to Start and Stop the Auto Mouse Clicking, press any keyboard Key which you would like to use in the white colored edit box provided and click on Assign.
In this How to Auto Clicker, let's use Ctrl + E as the Shortcut Key for Starting and Stopping the Auto Clicker.
Now Hide the Auto Clicker Window by either clicking on the Cross button on the top right or click the Hide to System Tray Button.
Now Move the Mouse Cursor where you would like to click the mouse automatically and press the Shortcut Key (Ctrl + E in this How to).
Press the Shortcut Key again to stop the Auto Clicker.
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