Outlook 2013 Touch Mode Button

by Henrik Walther [Published on 1 Aug. 2012 / Last Updated on 1 Aug. 2012]

So many of you have most likely spend the last week testing Office 2013 as well as the other Microsoft product previews that recently were released to the public. In these tablet device days one of the things that the Office division really have focused on is touch mode support in applications such as Outlook 2013. For instance, did you know that Outlook 2013 now has a touch mode feature, which changes the current view to a more touch friendly view just by clicking on a button? To switch to and from the touch mode view, you click the drop-down symbol in the top left corner and then select “Touch Mode”. This will result in a little blue circle to appear. When clicking the circle you activate touch mode. Without touch mode enabled: With touch mode enabled: Until later,Henrik Walther

So many of you have most likely spend the last week testing Office 2013 as well as the other Microsoft product previews that recently were released to the public.

In these tablet device days one of the things that the Office division really have focused on is touch mode support in applications such as Outlook 2013. For instance, did you know that Outlook 2013 now has a touch mode feature, which changes the current view to a more touch friendly view just by clicking on a button?

To switch to and from the touch mode view, you click the drop-down symbol in the top left corner and then select “Touch Mode”.

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This will result in a little blue circle to appear.

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When clicking the circle you activate touch mode.

Without touch mode enabled:

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With touch mode enabled:

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Until later,
Henrik Walther

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