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Excel 2007 I can't get the mouse roller to work in Microsoft Excel 2007. It does work in Word etc, and other mouse rollers (eg from Dell) do work in Excel. In Excel Options I can set the roller to zoom, but unchecking that box should make the roller scroll up and down, but this does not happen.

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  • jmike11 Jun 25, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with scrolling in Excel with a Lenova mouse--other brands seem to work.

    So, how do you change the wheel settings to Office 97? I am using Office 2007 with Vista Ultimate and when I went to my hardware and mouse and wheel--there isn't an option to choose Office 97 or anything like that--so am I looking in the wrong place?

    Thanks!


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Actually I fixed the problem, in the wheel settings you switch to Office 97 Scrolling Emulation. Not really logic, but...

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I can't get the mouse roller to work in Microsoft Excel 2007

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Changing it to Office 97 worked.

Great solution

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