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How do I make mouse scroll wheel work in excel



 
 
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Old March 14th 09, 01:55 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
Rae
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Default How do I make mouse scroll wheel work in excel

Mouse SCROLL WHEEL works in all other office 2007 products but not in Excel.
Is there some hidden setting to make this work?
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Old March 14th 09, 03:24 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Default How do I make mouse scroll wheel work in excel

Hi Rae,

Scroll wheel can be used to Zoom or Scroll.

To Scroll:
Click Microsoft Button (Large button top left)
Click Options (Towards bottom right of dialog box)
Click Advanced (Left column)
In Editing Options (First block)
Uncheck Zoom on roll with Intellimouse.

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Regards,

OssieMac


"Rae" wrote:

> Mouse SCROLL WHEEL works in all other office 2007 products but not in Excel.
> Is there some hidden setting to make this work?

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Old July 17th 09, 04:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
MikeHD
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Default How do I make mouse scroll wheel work in excel

I tried what you suggested but no luck. I don't have an Intellimouse but I
can scroll on everything (including this dialog box and the help dialog box
in Excel 2007) but not in a spreadsheet. It works in the new Word and it
worked in the old version of Excel, but not the new on. Anything else I can
try?

"OssieMac" wrote:

> Hi Rae,
>
> Scroll wheel can be used to Zoom or Scroll.
>
> To Scroll:
> Click Microsoft Button (Large button top left)
> Click Options (Towards bottom right of dialog box)
> Click Advanced (Left column)
> In Editing Options (First block)
> Uncheck Zoom on roll with Intellimouse.
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> OssieMac
>
>
> "Rae" wrote:
>
> > Mouse SCROLL WHEEL works in all other office 2007 products but not in Excel.
> > Is there some hidden setting to make this work?

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Old September 28th 09, 05:12 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
NeoDude
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Default How do I make mouse scroll wheel work in excel

I was having the same problem. To fix the issue:

1) Goto Control Panel > Mouse> Wheel Tab

Note: This may vary depending on your version of Windows OS.

2) There should be an Exceptions button or tab there.

3) Give a name of your choice and Browse and add Exel.exe. Click OK.

Click Apply and lastly click OK... you're done!

"MikeHD" wrote:

> I tried what you suggested but no luck. I don't have an Intellimouse but I
> can scroll on everything (including this dialog box and the help dialog box
> in Excel 2007) but not in a spreadsheet. It works in the new Word and it
> worked in the old version of Excel, but not the new on. Anything else I can
> try?
>
> "OssieMac" wrote:
>
> > Hi Rae,
> >
> > Scroll wheel can be used to Zoom or Scroll.
> >
> > To Scroll:
> > Click Microsoft Button (Large button top left)
> > Click Options (Towards bottom right of dialog box)
> > Click Advanced (Left column)
> > In Editing Options (First block)
> > Uncheck Zoom on roll with Intellimouse.
> >
> > --
> > Regards,
> >
> > OssieMac
> >
> >
> > "Rae" wrote:
> >
> > > Mouse SCROLL WHEEL works in all other office 2007 products but not in Excel.
> > > Is there some hidden setting to make this work?

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Old August 9th 11, 03:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
cinnamon green
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Default I was having the same problem.

Thank you so much - this did the trick for ms excel 2010

> On Friday, March 13, 2009 9:55 PM Ra wrote:


> Mouse SCROLL WHEEL works in all other office 2007 products but not in Excel.
> Is there some hidden setting to make this work?



>> On Friday, March 13, 2009 11:24 PM OssieMa wrote:


>> Hi Rae,
>>
>> Scroll wheel can be used to Zoom or Scroll.
>>
>> To Scroll:
>> Click Microsoft Button (Large button top left)
>> Click Options (Towards bottom right of dialog box)
>> Click Advanced (Left column)
>> In Editing Options (First block)
>> Uncheck Zoom on roll with Intellimouse.
>>
>> --
>> Regards,
>>
>> OssieMac
>>
>>
>> "Rae" wrote:



>>> On Monday, September 28, 2009 12:12 PM NeoDude wrote:


>>> I was having the same problem. To fix the issue:
>>>
>>> 1) Goto Control Panel > Mouse> Wheel Tab
>>>
>>> Note: This may vary depending on your version of Windows OS.
>>>
>>> 2) There should be an Exceptions button or tab there.
>>>
>>> 3) Give a name of your choice and Browse and add Exel.exe. Click OK.
>>>
>>> Click Apply and lastly click OK... you are done!
>>>
>>> "MikeHD" wrote:




 




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