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12/27/2021

The Microsoft Office for Mac Team is on a roll and bring new features for the new year. One of the cool new features is Full-Screen View for Outlook.

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Feb 21, 2020 Remove Word Preferences Step 1: Open 'Library'. Step 2: Locate a file named as 'Preferences'. Step 3: Find a file named as com.microsoft.Word.plist. Move the file to the desktop. Step 4: Exit all Microsoft Office for Mac programs. Then, Click the Word icon. Step 5: Click 'File Locations'.

The Office for Mac Team is on a roll, ringing in the New Year with new features for the 2016 revision launched in mid-2015. One of the neat new features is Full-Screen View support in Outlook 2016 for Mac. It’s a native feature of OS X, but some programs have taken a bit of time to catch up. Now that it has arrived in Outlook with the new updates, here’s a look at how to use it and what to expect.

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Activate Full-Screen View in Outlook 2016 for Mac

First, you need to ensure you have the latest updates for Office 2016 installed. Check out our article for instructions about the new updates and how you can get them. Once you have those updates installed, launch Outlook 2016 for Mac. Then maximize the window to get the full-screen view feature.

Full screen is more than just an immersive experience. When you open a message background distractions are removed placing a clear focus on the content. When you want to exit focus view, just click outside the message window, to return to the main Outlook screen.

You can also multi-task, when in full-screen view. To display more than one message at a time, open a message, then minimize it. Open another message, and then click the message tab for the message you had previously minimized.

Outlook 2016 will automatically split the screen between both messages.

I initially experienced difficulty activating focus view with two messages on the screen. It turns out if your Mac uses a default resolution 1440 x 900, it will instead toggle the messages. If you happen to own a Mac with a Retina display, do the following: Open System Preferences then click Display

Select the Scaled radio box then click the third option. Do note, this might limit the performance of your Mac. I find it really strange I had to do this to get the feature working in Outlook 2016 for Mac.

OS X El Capitan Split View Support

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Outlook 2016 for Mac also takes advantage of the new OS X El Capitan feature, Split View. This one calls for an even higher resolution, minimum 1550 pixels. To activate it, click File > New > Main window. Split View with Outlook 2016, lets you set up an additional main window, which you can use for managing your calendar, tasks or another inbox. I could not get it to work because of the limitation of my resolution.

Split View with Outlook 2016, lets you set up an additional main window, which you can use for managing your calendar, tasks or another inbox. I could not get it to work because of the limitation of my resolution.

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The Outlook for Mac Team notes these are early days; more work is being done to refine the feature. Hopefully, we will see better support for older Macs with lower resolution. Let us know what you think of the new feature.

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Hello, I'm new to this, so bear with me... Recently none of my applications barring safari have been able to open. They just bounce in the dock and then nothing happens... I have microsoft office '04 and every time I attempt to open a word document the Word icon just bounces and then quits without ever launching. I tried uninstalling but I can't uninstall Microsoft Office '04 b/c the uninstall application quits before it launches. Not sure what the problem is but it's finals week and I need to be able to access my files, so I went down to my brothers place to grab his MacBook Mac OS X Install DVD. However, when I run it, I get a message that says 'mac os x cannot be installed'. I was thinking of erasing my HD completely (I've backed up all the files), but I want to know if I were to do this....would the OS X then be able to install? Can you erase your HD and get from 10.4.11 to 10.5.5?
My comp's specs are as follows:
Mac OS X version 10.4.11
@GHz Intel Core Duo
1 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
I've tried all the disk utilities and permissions and disk repair have not helped.