How can I adjust the ribbon width? I want to see all of my Quick Steps.

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Bradk

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Outlook 2013 32 bit
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I can't get my ribbon width to stretch all the way across the open Outlook window. I want to be able to expand and see all of my Quick Steps and other items that are open. It ends with the Evenote icon.
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