The mini menu for text is a new feature in Microsoft Edge. You can use this feature to enable a mini menu for text selection. The feature has added only limited items in the context menu, unlike the traditional one. This option is enabled by default but not every user may find it useful; therefore, you can turn this feature off in Edge Settings. In this post, we will guide you on how to enable or disable the mini menu for PDF files in Microsoft. Let us read and learn in the below section.
There used to be a Mini menu for PDF files in Edge, but Microsoft seems to have removed it now and replaced it with this expanded option.
Enable or Disable Mini Menu when selecting text in Microsoft Edge
To enable or disable the Mini Menu when selecting text in the Edge browser, follow the below suggestions:
- AOt first, open the Microsoft Edge browser.
- Click on the Settings and more (Alt+F) button and select Settings.
- From the left pane, select the Appearance tab.
- Scroll down to the Context menus section.
- Turn off the “Mini Menu when selecting text” toggle button to disable the feature.
- If you want to enable the Mini Menu when selecting text, turn on the same toggle button.
Let’s now see them in detail:
To get it started, open the Microsoft Edge browser first.
Now go to the top-right corner of the page and click on the three-dotted horizontal button to open the menu list. Alternatively, you can use the Alt+F keyboard shortcut to open the menu list directly.
From the menu list, select the Settings option.
On the Settings page, click on the Appearance tab from the left.
As an alternative, you can type the following text in the Microsoft Edge address bar and press Enter to open the Appearance tab directly:
Then move to the right pane and scroll down to the Context menus section.
Under Context menus, turn on the “Mini Menu when selecting text” toggle button next to enable the mini menu for PDF files in Microsoft Edge.
However, if you don’t like the feature, you can disable it by turning off the same toggle button.