In many places in Office 2013, when you right-click the mouse or trackpad button, a settings or options menu appears that presents commands relevant to the task at hand and the object you’ve selected. For example, if you right-click a block of text in Word, the menu that appears displays options with which you can cut, copy, and paste the text block. Additionally, you can set paragraph spacing, translate the block, add a link or comment, or look for synonyms and definitions.
Select the text or object with which you want to work by clicking it or selecting and dragging.
Right-click the selected text or object
Click the tool you want to use.
If you right-click ...