How to Enable Touch Mode in Office 2013


Now you can enable Touch Mode in Microsoft Excel 2013 to make your life much easier if you are working on a touch screen device as the software has the capability to optimize to touch gestures.

Step 1) Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Quick Access Toolbar, then select Touch/Mouse Mode from the drop-down menu.


Step 2) The Touch/Mouse Mode command will appear on the Quick Access Toolbar. Click the Touch/Mouse Mode command, then select Touch from the drop-down menu.


The Ribbon will switch from Normal Mode.


To Touch Mode.


To Revert: To turn off Touch Mode, click the Touch/Mouse Mode command, then select Mouse from the drop-down menu.


What do you think about this feature by Microsoft? Is it helpful? Does it make your life easier? Could it be improved?

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