The Context Menu for Embedded Objects and Components.
All embedded objects, such as drawing elements, graphs and images, have a context menu which can be invoked by placing the mouse pointer over the element and clicking with one of the secondary mouse buttons.
The first menu entry, labeled Properties, will open a dialog specific to the type of element selected in which the user can configure the properties of the element.
The menu entry labeled Size & Position, will open a dialog that permits the user to adjust the size and position of the embedded object.
The menu entry labeled Snap to Grid, enlarges the object such that all of its corners are located at cell corners.
The menu entry labeled Order, opens a submenu which allows the user to change the visual order in which the graphical elements are placed. This order will affect the way in which the graphical elements obscure each other.
The menu entries labeled Cut, Copy, and Delete, allow the user to operate on the whole object at once. The Cut menu item allows the user to remove the element from its current position and then paste the object in a different location on the same sheet, in a different worksheet, in a different Gnumeric file, or in a file from a different program entirely. The Copy menu item provides the same functionality while leaving the original item in place. The Delete allows the user to remove the graphical element entirely.
The remaining menu item, Print, allows just the selected object to be printed.
Graphs have a context menu that also contains menu entries labeled Open in New Window and Copy to New Graph Sheet. The Open in New Window menu item shows the graph by itself in a window. The Copy to New Graph Sheet copies the graph to a special sheet in the current workbook that contains only a single graph.