Outlook 2010 Reading Pane Toggle

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Does anyone know if it's possible to put a reading pane toggle onto the home
ribbon?

I'm trying to figure a way to do a simple on/off.
 

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Waggers;144387 said:
Does anyone know if it's possible to put a reading pane toggle onto the home
ribbon?

I'm trying to figure a way to do a simple on/off.
The off/right/bottom commands are not exposed, only the menu where you choose one of the options. Should be able ot use VBA to make a toggle if you don't want to expand the button.

To add it to the ribbon or QAT, go to file, options, customize ribbon (or QAT). Select All commands, tab into the commands and type R to jump down.
 

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Slipstick;144406 said:
The off/right/bottom commands are not exposed
Oops... i lied. I didn't look at the right ribbon. Select Views (in the Customize ribbon dialog) and you can add Off and Right buttons (reading pane off is the one with the icon) - its not a toggle, but you can avoid the drop menu. If you really want a toogle, use VBA.
 
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Many thanks indeed - the two buttons are fine!

(Why on earth didn't I think of that!)

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>> The off/right/bottom commands are not exposed

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> Oops... i lied. I didn't look at the right ribbon. Select Views (in the
> Customize ribbon dialog) and you can add Off and Right buttons (reading
> pane off is the one with the icon) - its not a toggle, but you can avoid
> the drop menu. If you really want a toogle, use VBA.
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