Using the mouse, move the cursor (once the symbol is selected, the cursor will appear as a + sign) to the desired position on the spreadsheet; holding the left mouse button down, drag the symbol to the desired size.
What does LMB stand for?
LMB stands for Left Mouse Button
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 78 other meanings of LMB in our Acronym Attic
- League of Mexican American Women (Fresno, CA)
- Leonard Metal Art Works Inc. (New York)
- Landelijke Meldkamer Ambulance Zorg (Dutch: Rural Ambulance Dispatch Care)
- Lake Murray Boulevard (California)
- Land of Medicine Buddha (Buddha-Dharma Center)
- Large-Mouth Bass
- Latin Music Booking
- League of Michigan Bicyclists (Lansing, MI)
- Leave Me Be
- Lee Myung-bak (South Korean president)
- Leftist Marching Band (est. 2004; Portsmouth, NH)
- Lego Master Builder
- Lehrer McGovern Bovis, Inc. (now Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc.; New York, NY)
- Lifetime Maximum Benefit
- Lightweight Matte Box (film industry)
- Linear Momentum Balance
- Linear Motion Bearing (machinery)
- Local Master Browser
- Lois McMaster Bujold (science-fiction author)
- London Millennium Bridge
Samples in periodicals archive:
Put the cursor in cell H3, hold the left mouse button down, and drag the cursor down the column to cell H32, inclusive.
If the tab is not in the leftmost position (see page 87), use your left mouse button to drag the tab to that position.
To go back to the previous page using gestures in Opera, you hold down the left mouse button while swishing the mouse from right to left.
Go to the top of the unwanted section and hold down the left mouse button and keep it down as you drag the mouse to the bottom of the unwanted section.
All of this is done with just a few clicks of the left mouse button and you are there.
Step 3: Keeping the left mouse button pressed, move the mouse so that the folder moves out of the window onto the desktop as you move the mouse.
To extend a column width, hold the mouse pointer over the top right-hand corner of the cell and when the mouse pointer changes to a cross with arrows, press the left mouse button and drag the column out until it is wide enough.