Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Opening Shortcut Menus
3. Press the Enter key. The text is entered in cell A1 and cell A2 is selected.
4. Type 2013 and then press the Enter key. The year is entered in cell A2 and
cell A3 is selected.
5. Double-click cell to place the insertion point in the cell. Now you can select the A1
text you typed.
6. Double-click Budget in cell A1. The selected text appears white with a black
background, and the transparent Mini toolbar appears directly above the selected
text. See Figure 13.
Figure 13
Transparent Mini toolbar
Mini toolbar is
transparent at first
select text to display
the transparent Mini
toolbar
7. Move the pointer over the Mini toolbar. The Mini toolbar is now completely
visible, and you can click buttons.
Trouble? If the Mini toolbar disappears, you probably moved the pointer to
another area of the worksheet. To redisplay the Mini toolbar, repeat Steps 6 and
7, being careful to move the pointer directly over the Mini toolbar in Step 7.
Keep the pointer directly
over the Mini toolbar;
otherwise, it will disappear.
8. On the Mini toolbar, click the Bold button . The text in cell A1 is bold. The
Mini toolbar remains visible so you can continue formatting the selected text. See
Figure 14.
Figure 14
Mini toolbar with the Bold button selected
Mini toolbar
remains open for
additional
formatting
Bold button
toggled on
bold text in cell A1
9. Press the Enter key. The Mini toolbar disappears, and cell A2 is selected.
Opening Shortcut Menus
A shortcut menu is a list of commands related to a selection that opens when you click
the right mouse button. Shortcut menus enable you to quickly access commands that
you’re most likely to need in the context of the task you’re performing without using the
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