Change Mouse preferences on Mac
Use Mouse System Preferences to change how your mouse interacts with your Mac. For example, use gestures to scroll long lists and webpages, and use screen zoom to make onscreen images larger.
Note: A wireless mouse must be connected with your Mac to display the preferences listed below.
To change these preferences, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Mouse.
Wireless mouse options
Point & Click
Scroll direction: Natural
Select this option to move the contents of a window in the same direction as your fingers.
Select the option, then choose “Click on the right side,” or “Click on the left side” to secondary click (or Control-click) items on the screen.
Select this option to double-tap with one finger to zoom in or out.
Adjust the speed at which the pointer follows the movement of your mouse.
Swipe between pages
Select this option, then choose the gesture to use to move between pages in a document.
Swipe between full-screen apps
Select this option to move between apps in full screen.
Select this option to double-tap with two fingers to enter Mission Control.