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The Quick Launch toolbar at the bottom of your screen just to the right of the Start menu is a great place to start programs you use frequently. Go back to reading about the pandemic, see if that makes you feel better. You can also share a Microsoft Whiteboard which is a great option for group collaboration on a virtual whiteboard. I have a video on MS Stream. Thanks in advance.
 
 

 

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This macro requires the use of Redemption Developer Edition. It’s under Tools, References. If it’s not set, you’ll get a Compile Error: User-defined type is not defined. WordEditor wdDoc. Windows 1. Panes 1. Selection 1 Application. RemoveFromSelection Msg Application. AddToSelection Msg sExplorer. WordEditor Document. Item 1. You can use VBA to force the zoom level when you read incoming email in Outlook or newer, or when using Outlook with Word set as the email editor.

Don’t forget to set the desired zoom level in this line: wdDoc. If Outlook tells you it needs to be restarted, close and reopen Outlook. Note: after you test the macro and see that it works, you can either leave macro security set to low or sign the macro. She also created video training CDs and online training classes for Microsoft Outlook.

Whenever someone sends the email or I send with attachment, then that respective attachment icon appears too big in the email It would be nice if the width of the attachment box could be reduced. Unfortunately, it can’t be changed. We can’t even hide the attachment line, like we could in older versions.

Whether this can be modified with Single click option mouse click. Thank you. Outlook with Word set as default editor. Conversation view disabled. References set as indicated. Redemption in use.

Still get a Compile error: User-defined type is not defined. The VBA does not show up in the Macro list either. Any ideas? I love it and it worked flawlessly. I recently upgraded to Office and every time I start Outlook, the Redemption user agreement appears and needs to be completed to open Outlook.

Any thoughts on how to suppress this? I’ll shoot him another email – I asked him about it in a thread about another issue and he might have missed it. I’ve been using this code for years and love it but it has suddenly stopped working. We are using Outlook I’ve got my Word reference set and Macros set to allow them to run. Anyone else seeing this? No error messages? This should give us an idea where its failing. Set to break on all errors and no error handling in the code. Still no error messages.

If I go in and manually run it then the zoom does work for that session of Outlook. If I close Outlook and reopen, then the Zoom is back to The first option of “remember my preference” when setting the zoom worked!

Is this a new addition? I remember a few years ago the only way to achieve this was through the VBA code option which is what I googled and how I ended up on this page. Thank you so much, saved me a lot of hassle. My zoom is deactivated and my screen is tiny. How do I reactive the zoom so I can set my screen a bit bigger? Schedule Management. Calendar Printing Tools. Calendar Reminder Tools. Time and Billing Tools. Meeting Productivity Tools. Duplicate Remover Tools. Sending and Retrieval Tools.

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Log in Join. Home Software Microsoft Office outlook zoom function grayed out. How do i activate it Posted by donaldadadey Microsoft Office. Spice 2 Reply 8. Rockn This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. What zoom functionality are you referring to? Can you post a screenshot? OP donaldadadey. Where the blue arrow points. R Ryan This person is a verified professional.

Zooming in or out flag Report. The zoom slider only works on the reading pane. Make sure ‘reading pane’ view is on. I have actually sorted it out. I run office updates and after a computer restart, it was ok flag Report.

 
 

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Greyed out zoom tool. I can’t figure out why the zoom tool is greyed out all of a sudden. I’ve tried all the view option and none of them just give me a simple one-page document displayed large enough for me to read. Something has changed and I can’t figure out what.

In the past, I have always been able to open my document, click the zoom tool, set the percent of zoom, and my document enlarged. Now that process doesn’t work. Stefan Blom Windows 10 Office On the View tab, click the Vertical option in the Page Movement group. This deselects the Side To Side option and activates the Zoom slider as well as other options. Originally Posted by Stefan Blom. Tags zoom Thread Tools.

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