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Microsoft To Launch New Editor To Outlook 2016 For Mac In Mid-May

Microsoft has launched the new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac.

Tahseen Jamil May 12, 2016

Microsoft has launched a new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac. It comes with enhanced formatting support, and will include support for Tablets.
Microsoft states,
“Welcome to the new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac. Enhanced formatting support has been one of the most frequently requested improvements in Outlook 2016 for Mac. Today, we are laying the foundation with the new editor and will continue to build on this work in future updates, including support for Tables.”
Give below are the key improvements:
Resize and format pictures
When you insert a picture in an email message, you will notice a new resize as well as rotation handles. You can use these in order to resize or rotate the images on the canvas. You can now also pull up the content menu and go on to select the Size as well as the Position, options are provided in order to manually set the size in the dialog, as shown in the picture given below. All you need to do is double click on an image in the editor in order to open up the full task panel with image editing and controls.

Rich formatting support
With the new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac, you will now have access to a richer set of fonts, font colors, bullets and numbered lists, along with the enhanced font editing and hyperlink dialogs. These are now available on the ribbon by using the familiar controls in Message tab or by using the menus for Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Signatures.
Microsoft states,
“These features will roll out in mid-May. You can also sign up for Office Insiders program to get early access to new Office innovations.”
For more information on how to format email messages in outlook 2016 Mac check here.

Tahseen Jamil
Tahseen Jamil

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