Many people use the right click button to access common functions in applications and web browsers. Another trick is called "drag and drop" where you click with the left mouse button to move emails, move folders and even move text. Did you know you can do the same with the right mouse button, but it gives more options?
Example: I can select a sentence in an email and drag/drop it into another part of the email. By default, this moves the text. If you use the right button to drag/drop, it gives you the option to move it or copy it. The same holds true if you right drag/drop a folder: move it vs. copy it vs. create a shortcut.
Why this matters: many times I would copy/paste text. That wears out your fingers, becomes too many clicks and it would affect something I wanted to keep copying and pasting over and over. To try to speed up my work time (and save my shortcut fingers some work), instead of copy/paste, I would try to drag/drop data from Excel to another program, but that always seemed to negatively affect my spreadsheets. Also, there were emails I wanted in multiple folders in Outlook, so a left drag/drop only gave me one choice.
Try this trick: Place two applications side-by-side, then select a cell in Excel or a sentence in a document or email. Hold the right button on your mouse and drag it over to the other application, then let go of the mouse button. It will either automatically copy, or give you the option to move vs. copy. Try a right mouse drag/drop with an email in Outlook to give you the option to copy vs. move an email into a folder. Here is an example of creating equipment records in CapitalForecastDirect.