By default, even if you are on a touch enabled PC, Office 2013 does not open with a touch optimized user interface. This makes it hard to use due to the fact that the user interfaces aspects are too close with each other. Right here’s just how to take care of that.
Note: this was based upon our screening, but it’s likely they will settle any type of problems in the final release. Making it possible for or disabling touch mode will likely remain the exact same, so if you wished to disable it, this would certainly work in opposite.
Making It Possible For Touch Mode
Click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar as well as make it possible for Touch Mode.
You will certainly see a new switch appear in the Quick Access toolbar, click it.
You will quickly notice the interface expanded and also become extra spacious.
That’s all there is to allowing touch setting.