OK, what did they do NOW!?

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Hi Folks,

 

OK, some numbnuts changed the ribbon tool bar in Outlook 365 .....

 

Up at the very top of the window in the    File    Message   Help    fields that are above the actual ribbon used to be two small arrows at the very end to allow you to go to the next or previous message

They were right beside the  "Help" pull down menu in EVERY message.

 

I THINK IT USED TO BE THE     cntl->   OR THE SAME   cntl<   TO USE A KEYBOARD COMMAND.

 

Now the little buggers are gone!!!  How can we get them back?

 

Cheers'
Dave Cason

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