Turn off partial column scrolling (bring back snap to grid scrolling)
In previous versions of Excel, moving the sheet around in the window was done column by column, or row by row. With a MacBook Pro touchpad, I can move the sheet with two fingers, but instead of moving cell by cell, I keep losing half of a cell off the left side of the window. Drives me crazy.
In Windows 10, right click on the Windows icon, select Devices, then Mouse. Go the second option of "Roll the mouse wheel to scroll" to "Multiple lines at a time", then got to the third option "Choose how many lines to scroll" and move the slider bar all the way to the left to "1".
Nobody cares what you morons think, just let us know how we, who hat that ****, can turn in off.
Hello, is it possible to turn OFF snap to grid ? It is insane, when i am moving around sheet by touchpad and excel re-centering view every time to other position.
I love smooth scrolling. It mirrors the mac experience.
Peter Gorham commented
For me, the smooth scrolling with parts of a cell moving off the side of the window is preferable to the jerky motion that moving cell by cell (snap to grid) would give. If you plan to make this change, please do so by making it selectable in preferences.