09-02-2015 01:04 PM
I've been trying to find an solution to this, but have been unable, so hopefully someone here will help. Got my X1 Carbon - 2015- 20BS about a month ago, and have an issue with scrolling horizontally in Excel only. I just can't get it to two-finger scroll horizontally. Vertical scrolling works fine. Other office applications work fine, vertical and horizontal. I rolled back the Synaptics Driver (19.017.2), uninstalled it and installed the one from Lenovo site, but I can't get it work. I've looked at Excel settings, unistalled, reinstalled, repaired and still no dice.
Any ideas? Is there something that I'm missing in a setting somewhere? I work in Excel pretty much all day so this is fairly annoying to say the least. Thanks in advance.
02-03-2016 09:17 PM
Can someone please answer this: How does one of the highest rated business laptops not allow for horizontal scrolling in Excel?
This was half the reason I bought the Thinkpad and now I cannot stand using it for work. I don't know if this problem is with Microsoft Office or Lenovo but it is unnaceptable to not have a solution to a seemingly minor but implicative flaw.
04-02-2016 08:22 AM
Agreed. I've been able to horizontally scroll using the trackpad in other applications, makes me think this is more of a Microsoft issue. Excel needs this functionality!
04-02-2016 10:00 PM - edited 04-02-2016 10:06 PM
Good day, All.
I've not seen any mention of Windows or Excel versions in this thread. Only one mention of a Synaptics version = 19.017.2 (Win10 driver) in the OP last from September.
On my 20BT X1C3 running the factory Win8.1Pro64 preload, the Synaptics Ultranav v126.96.36.199 driver (most current in Lenovo's driver list for Win8.1), and Excel 2010 (v14), I'm able to do 2-finger horizontal scrolling on the touchpad, and also using the middle button+trackpoint, without any apparent issue.
04-08-2016 08:49 AM
I'm using Excel 2016 and Synaptics driver 188.8.131.52 without any success. Not to mention, the task switching in Windows 10 does not recognize any of my three finger gestures, although they're set to ON in the settings.
09-29-2016 08:37 PM
09-30-2016 08:25 AM
It's currently working for me now. I'm running W10/Excel 16/Synaptics 184.108.40.206.
However, other issues remain where I essentially have to choose between having three finger gestures for app switching or for going back and forth in Chrome. These are set by values in the registry which have to be manually changed. To date, I have not had the ability to go back/forward in Chrome and also swipe three fingers for app switching. Quite annoying to say the least.