Alright, I made the transition to Office 2007 at the beginning of this semester, and for the most part I've gotten my game back. I was really efficient and skilled in 2003 and, well, any high-skilled users know what happens when you initially switch
Anyways, I've figured everything out but graphs. Say I make a graph, and the y-axis data ranges from 50-200. By default Excel will scale the y-axis to zero. In 2003 if I wanted to change axis properties I could double click, then the properties would be right there. Now in 2007 I seem to have two options: right click > (all the way at bottom) axis properties, or Format > little arrow thingy > Vertical axis (oh my the laymen-ness of that one made me cry a little the first time I saw it) > Format selection. Oh and if I go this second way, every time I click away from the graph and click back I have to click on "format" again, despite all of Excel's smartness.
Is there a faster way to do this? I know it sounds silly, but right click > format axis is seriously slowing down my productivity. Add to that that once I finally get to the freaking dialogue box I can't just type in a new minimum value, I have to check the box THEN I'm allowed to change my axis.