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Expanding Quick Steps window on Outlook 2010 ribbon

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Is there a way to expand the Quick Steps window on the Home tab in Outlook 2010?  I've attached screenshots of how my Quick Steps look (My-Quicksteps.jpg) and how a user's looks.  I don't remember doing anything special for mine to appear the way it does.  We were just wondering why I see 3 columns and he only sees 2.

Any advice/solution is most appreciated.
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Hi, I am quite sure that this has to do with the display resolution. As the office ribbons automatically change their sizes in order that everything fits on the screen. Please compare the display resolutions of those 2 computers to check that.
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The larger the display and the higher the resolution, the more you'll see in the ribbons.
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