I use Office all day, every day. And still, sometimes I don’t remember
exactly where to find an option or setting I need.
When this happens, the first place I usually look is the right-click, or
You can right-click on just about anything in Office.
A misspelled word.
A picture, object, or chart.
The Standard toolbar.
Even a blank page.
If you’re still using the hockey puck, one-button Apple mouse, hold down the CONTROL key as you click.
If you’re using a MacBook trackpad, try a two-finger tap, or change the “secondary click” settings in System Preferences > Trackpad.
There’s no shortage of features and options in Office, but often the ones you’ll use most are only a right-click away.
Lowell – Office for Mac writer