When you open a note, the note window will be always opened in small size and be located near the top left corner of Outlook window. You may want to customize the size and position of the note window. Now, this article will help you achieve it.
By default, Outlook note is always opened in the small size. Nevertheless, most of time, the note content are pretty long. At that time, you have to manually adjust the size. Aside from the window size, window position is also a disturbing issue. Note window is also located near the top left corner. Most users actually wish the window to be in center. In a nutshell, a lot of users would like to customize the size and position of note window. So, here we will share a way to get it.
Customize the Size and Position of Outlook Note Window
- At the very outset, launch your Outlook application.
- Then, press “Alt + F11” to trigger Outlook VBA editor.
- In the subsequent “Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications” window, copy the following code into the “ThisOutlookSession” project.
Public WithEvents objInspectors As Outlook.Inspectors Public WithEvents objNoteInspector As Outlook.Inspector Private Sub Application_Startup() Set objInspectors = Outlook.Application.Inspectors End Sub Private Sub objInspectors_NewInspector(ByVal Inspector As Inspector) If TypeOf Inspector.CurrentItem Is NoteItem Then Set objNoteInspector = Inspector End If End Sub 'When a Note window opens Private Sub objNoteInspector_Activate() With objNoteInspector .WindowState = olNormalWindow '".Height" and ".Width" used to customize the size of Note Window .Height = 300 .Width = 600 '".Left" and ".Top" used to specify the position of Note Window .Left = 200 .Top = 200 End With End Sub
Note: Modify the values of “Height”, “Width”, “Left” and “Top” to your likings on basis of the comments in the code.
- After that, move cursor into the “Application_Startup” subroutine.
- Lastly, press “F5” key button to activate the new macro.
- From now on, every time when you open a note, its window will display in the custom size and custom position, as shown in the following screenshot.
Address Disturbing Outlook Issues
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