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Tutorial - How to Auto Click Mouse?

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A free mouse auto clicker tool is provided to automatically click the mouse in program button, web page game and any screen area you want. This free auto clicker can simulate left & right click to free your finger from repeat mouse click work. You can set the click times, the delay between two clicks, and show the click station. It helps you make some easy but very time-consuming activities, so you can enjoy your carefree life and not to always focus on your computer.
Activate Free Auto Clicker

Step 1. Activate Free Auto Clicker

Launch Advanced Win Utilities Free and in "System Tweak" tab, click "Auto Clicker" in "AUTOMATION" group to activate the free auto clicker.
Get Mouse Click Point

Step 2. Get Mouse Click Point

In order to auto click your mouse, you need to get the mouse click point at which you want to perform clicking. Here's the way to get the point in X & Y coordinates on your screen.

Move the mouse cursor to the place where you would like the program to click, and press the Spacebar so that the X & Y coordinates will be displayed in X & Y boxes, and the click at this point can be saved. It will record one or multiple specific click points in sequence in X-Y List. The list can be saved as FAC file so that you can load it the next time you need the same actions performed.
Set Time Interval & Schedule

Step 3. Set Time Interval & Schedule

In the "Time Setting" section, you can set the interval at which the clicks will occur by entering the value in "Click Interval". You can set the clicker to automatically stop after a desired amount of clicks or time, each of which has a counter to count the clicks or time in milliseconds.
Select Left/Right Button & Start Auto Click

Step 4. Select Left/Right Button & Start Auto Click

You can check to automate left click or right click on your computer. Uncheck "Window always on Top" if you don't want to place the clicker on top of other active windows. When everything is ready, click "Start" to start clicking. You can press Pause/ESC on keyboard to pause/stop clicking.

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