Tired of the mini toolbar that pops up every time you right-click on a Word file or Excel sheet? When you right-click on a Word file or Excel sheet, you will usually see a context menu. The mini toolbar appears just above the context menu and can be really annoying for most users. It looks like this:
So how can you get rid of this annoying right click mini toolbar in Word or Excel? Here is a quick and easy way to get rid of the mini toolbar once and for all.
Method 1: how to disable right click mini toolbar in Word / Excel via File menu
Many times, you may not find the folders as shown above for Word or Excel, in the Registry Editor.
Step 1: In these cases, open password o Stand outor archive In the top left corner, click Choices.
Step 2: It will open the file Word / Excel options window. Under User interface options > uncheck the box next to Show mini toolbar on selection.
This will automatically create the folder in Registry Editor. Now follow the procedure Step 2 under 1 method to disable right click Mini toolbar in Word o Excel.
Method 2- How to disable right click mini toolbar in Word / Excel using Registry Editor
Step 1: print Tasto Windows + R to open the file run box. Gender Regedit in the box and press Log in to open the file Registry Editor window.
Step 2: A Registry Editor window, go to the following path:
This path is for anyone who uses Word 2016.
Final report: If you are using Word 2007, you can access:
If you are using Word 2010, you can access:
Now right click on the blank area in the right side panel, click New> DWORD (32-bit) value.
Step 3: Name the DWORD Value field as AllowMenuFloatiesand this is all. There is no need to change the values, just leave them as they are. No further action is required.
Now when you go back to Word and right-click, the Mini toolbar He has gone!
If you want to disable the Mini toolbar in Excel 2007, follow the same procedure using the following path:
di Excel 2010 navigation to:
and Excel 2016 going to: