I'm experiencing a strange problem in Excel. It doesn't matter if I open an existing workbook or create a new workbook, the same problem exists.
Here's the problem: When I Right Click in a cell in the workbook absolutely nothing happens. However, if you Right Click on the ribbon (or generally anywhere outside of the actual sheet), the Right Click works perfectly and brings up the appropriate menu.
**Note: Right Click works perfectly if you open Excel in Safe Mode.
- Win 7 Pro w/ SP1 x64
- Office Pro 2010 x86
Here is what I've tried to fix it:
- Rebooted PC
- Ran a Repair on office
- Uninstalled Office, ran Ccleaner, and Reinstalled Office
- Tried the VBA fix listed at this website: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2007-excel/mouse-right-click-no-longer-working-in-excel/36a5d05c-b410-4cac-98c6-86839169b950
- Disabled all add-ins (Adobe Acrobat Printer & Microsoft Lync Sharing)
I'm kind of stumped about where to go from here. I know that Safe Mode fixes the issue, but I can't find a comprehensive list of what Excels Safe Mode bypasses. I thought it might be a problem with the default Excel template, but I can't seem to find a normal.dot type of file for Excel. Can anyone give me some pointers?