I have just purchased a budget priced Android Tablet and I wish to download an Ebook instruction manual directly from a Website, hence the need to "right click to save as". I have searched all weekend on various sites including PC Advisor-Android FAQ's and there is no real answer out there. I understand that if I plug in a USB mouse that should give me the option, but I don't own one. My question is: how do I find the 'right click' option on the Android Tablet on-board keyboard?
There doesn't appear to be a "right click" context menu similar to that in Windows. I've just tried plugging in a USB mouse and right clicking goes back to the previous screen. Just a thought but, if you open the instruction manual by clicking the link, does the menu button then give you a "Save" option?
Thanks all for your replies. I'm a newbie when it comes to computers and I just thought it would work the same as a P.C. but judging by all your replies I have some further messing around to do before I can make it work for me!!
I have just managed to get this manual do download by clicking on it as you advised and it appears as a set of numbers and letters ending in .epub, in a "download history" menu. However I can't get the file into the pre-loaded e.reader which is on the Tablet desk top, hence I can't access it. Can someone advise please on how to send it to the e.reader?