SUGGESTION: Option to relocate 'Ribbon'.

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Don Dewiel, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. Don Dewiel

    Don Dewiel Guest

    "RIBBON": I would like the option to 're-position' the Ribbon;
    "On-the-Left", or "On-the Right" of viewing window. When using a
    "wide-screen" monitor, moving the 'Ribbon' would allow for increased viewing
    area for my messages. Thanks!

    Have already submitted this to "Feed-bag". Just wanting your opinions;
    would this be useful to you or no.
     
    Don Dewiel, Jan 19, 2011
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  2. ?I like, and would use that option if it were there. Hope we get into the
    next Office beta eh.. :)

    Art (artfudd) Folden
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    "Don Dewiel" wrote in message

    "RIBBON": I would like the option to 're-position' the Ribbon;
    "On-the-Left", or "On-the Right" of viewing window. When using a
    "wide-screen" monitor, moving the 'Ribbon' would allow for increased viewing
    area for my messages. Thanks!

    Have already submitted this to "Feed-bag". Just wanting your opinions;
    would this be useful to you or no.
     
    Art [artfudd] Folden, Jan 19, 2011
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  3. Don Dewiel

    Don Dewiel Guest

    Thanks, Art. Yes, hoping to get into next Office Beta. :)
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    Don+AKk-
    +ACI-Art +AFs-artfudd+AF0- Folden+ACI- wrote in message

    ?I like, and would use that option if it were there. Hope we get into the
    next Office beta eh.. :)

    Art (artfudd) Folden
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    +ACI-Don Dewiel+ACI- wrote in message

    +ACI-RIBBON+ACI-: I would like the option to 're-position' the Ribbon+ADs-
    +ACI-On-the-Left+ACI-, or +ACI-On-the Right+ACI- of viewing window. When using a
    +ACI-wide-screen+ACI- monitor, moving the 'Ribbon' would allow for increased viewing
    area for my messages. Thanks+ACE-

    Have already submitted this to +ACI-Feed-bag+ACI-. Just wanting your opinions+ADs-
    would this be useful to you or no.
     
    Don Dewiel, Jan 20, 2011
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