The right-click mouse is a powerful tool in Excel, allowing you to access many useful options and commands quickly and easily. In this Excel tutorial you will learn several right-click mouse tips.
Right click to show worksheets list
Click the arrow which you can find in left bottom corner of your screen (see the picture below).
Now you can simply choose one sheet, click OK and go to it. This tip is useful when you work with the spreadsheet with plenty of sheets included. This way is much faster than scrolling them one-by-one.
Adding to Quick Access Toolbar
Right-click any ribbon's button. Choose Add to Quick Access Toolbar if you use this functionality really often.
This way you can also Customize Quick Access Toolbar, Show Quick Access Toolbar below the Ribbon, Customize the Ribbon and Collapse the Ribbon.
Select any cell. Right-click its border and drag & drop the cell somewhere else. Now secret menu appears. Here you have choose from several options such as Move, Copy, Link or Create Hyperlink.
Select any cell. Move cursor to the right-bottom corner. You should see black cross here. Right-click cell and drag it down (or up/right/left). This way you can fill the series of cells in Excel.
There are also other options besides filling. You can Copy Cells, Linear Trend and Growth Trend as well.
By using the right-click mouse, you can quickly access the options and commands you need to work more efficiently and effectively in Excel. Experiment with using the right-click mouse in different scenarios to see what options are available to you. With a little practice, you'll be able to use the right-click mouse to save time and streamline your workflow.
Additionally, the right-click mouse can also be customized to meet your specific needs. For example, you can add your own custom commands to the right-click mouse menu, or remove commands that you don't use. To customize the right-click mouse, you'll need to use the Excel Options or the Registry Editor, depending on what version of Excel you're using.