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The following examples illustrate two methods for turning off (disabling) right-click functionality in a browser.
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On the Insert menu, click Advanced.
Preview the page in Internet Explorer 5.0 or later. When you attempt to right-click anywhere on the page, a message box appears, stating that the contents of the page are copyrighted, and therefore the right-click function is turned off (disabled).
Microsoft Internet Explorer allows users to save Web pages and all embedded images to their computer's hard disk. The implementation of this article will not protect images or source code from being copied, but it will serve as a method for possibly deterring some Web users.