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Robert Berger

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    Robert Berger commented  · 

    With 4K screens, this feature becomes critical. When I use Remote Desktop to get to my office PC, everything in Outlook is tiny and almost unreadable. Some items allow adjustment of the font size to make them readable, but not all items, such as folder names. Absolutely need the ability to change the font size of folder names.

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    Robert Berger commented  · 

    The ability to increase the font size of folder names is a critical need.
    This has become especially acute with newer 4K screens (including those from Microsoft, ie Surface). The folder names on 4K screens are tiny, and, especially for those of us that are over the age of 50, very difficult to read.
    The current workarounds that involve changing Windows 10 display settings are useless if using Remote Desktop, which, again, is the way Microsoft wants us to go.
    This must be fixed for Outlook 2019 as well as Outlook 2016.

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    Robert Berger commented  · 

    With 4K screens, this feature becomes critical. When I use Remote Desktop to get to my office PC, the folder names in Outlook are tiny and almost unreadable. Absolutely need the ability to change the font size of folder names.

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    Robert Berger commented  · 

    This has become especially acute with newer 4K screens (including those from Microsoft, ie Surface). The folder names on 4K screens are tiny, and, especially for those of us that are over the age of 50, very difficult to read.
    The current workarounds that involve changing Windows 10 display settings are useless if using Remote Desktop, which, again, is the way Microsoft wants us to go.
    This must be fixed for Outlook 2019 as well as Outlook 2016.

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