Monday, December 2, 2013

How To Display The Ruler And Tab Stops In Outlook

In the Office 2013 pack, the scrollbars are redesigned to their simplest form, in such a way that any novice user can use it with ease. In this program, the ruler feature has been removed by Microsoft. In the Microsoft Word 2013 program, you will be able to enable it very easily from the View tab by selecting the Ruler checkbox, which is located in the Show group. In addition, in the Outlook 2013 program, the users will be able to enable it by adding the Ruler command to the Ribbon or the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT). If you would like to know about Microsoft Outlook Ruler command, you can contact the Microsoft support center for further clarifications. The steps to add the Ruler command in the Outlook program is explained below. Follow these steps to display the Ruler in Outlook 2013.

How To Add Ruler To Quick Access Toolbar
  • Compose a new message.
  • Click on File, go to Options and then select Quick Access Toolbar.
  • From the drop down list of Choose commands from, select Commands Not in the Ribbon.
  • This will provide you with a set of commands. From the list, select Ruler.
  • Click on the Add button and sort the commands on the right side.
  • After doing the above steps, click on the OK button.
How To Add Ruler To The Ribbon
  • Compose a new message. You can make use of the key combination CTRL+SHIFT+M to make a new message.
  • Click on the File menu, select Options and then go to Customize Ribbon.
  • From the Choose commands from drop down list, select Commands Not in the Ribbon option.
  • From the list of commands that open, select Ruler.
  • From the pane on the right hand side, select a tab where you can add the command. For example, the Format Text tab.
  • Click on the New Group button and then enter a name for the group. For example, View.
  • After performing the above steps, click on the Add button.
  • Click on the OK button to finish.
Adding The Split Message Command

After you have successfully created the View group, you may need to add the Split command. This is one of the other commands that were available in the scrollbar area of Outlook. This command has been removed in the Outlook 2013 program. If you wish to know more about Microsoft Outlook Split message command, you can contact the Microsoft support number.

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