Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Introducing Excel’s Ribbon Tabs
TABLE 12.2 (continued)
Up Arrow
Scrolls the screen up one row (active cell does not change)
Down Arrow
Scrolls the screen down one row (active cell does not change)
Left Arrow
Scrolls the screen left one column (active cell does not change)
Right Arrow
Scrolls the screen right one column (active cell does not change)
* With Scroll Lock on
Navigating with your mouse
To change the active cell by using the mouse, just click another cell, and it becomes the
active cell. If the cell that you want to activate isn’t visible in the workbook window, you
can use the scroll bars to scroll the window in any direction. To scroll one cell, click either
of the arrows on the scroll bar. To scroll by a complete screen, click either side of the
scrollbar’s scroll box. You can also drag the scroll box for faster scrolling.
If your mouse has a wheel, you can use the mouse wheel to scroll vertically. Also, if you click the wheel and move
the mouse in any direction, the worksheet scrolls automatically in that direction. The more you move the mouse, the
faster the scrolling.
Press Ctrl while you use the mouse wheel to zoom the worksheet. If you prefer to use the
mouse wheel to zoom the worksheet without pressing Ctrl, choose File
Options and select
the Advanced section. Under Editing options, click the Zoom on roll with IntelliMouse
check box to check it.
Using the scroll bars or scrolling with your mouse doesn’t change the active cell. It simply
scrolls the worksheet. To change the active cell, you must click a new cell after scrolling.
Introducing Excel’s Ribbon Tabs
In Offi ce 2007, Microsoft made a dramatic change to the user interface. Traditional menus
and toolbars were replaced with the Ribbon, a collection of icons at the top of the screen.
The words above the icons are known as tabs: the Home tab, the Insert tab, and so on. Most
users fi nd that the Ribbon is easier to use than the old menu system; it can also be
customized to make it even easier to use (see Appendix A, “Customizing Offi ce.”).
The Ribbon can either be hidden or visible (it’s your choice). To toggle the Ribbon’s
visibility, press Ctrl+F1 (or double-click a tab at the top). If the Ribbon is hidden, it temporarily
appears when you click a tab and hides itself when you click in the worksheet. The title
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