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Outlook 2013 - No "home" tab

Posted on 2016-10-31
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I just got outlook 2013 and there is no "home" tab, where you can send/receive messages. I went to options and it is selected to be there under the "customize ribbon" option, but it did not help. Any ideas?
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Question by:Hanania Weissler
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I am thinking that either this is a hiccup or probably you have some code running that is hiding the tab...
Show the developer tab and check if there is some code running in the background....
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That has not happened to me or to any client.

Uninstall Office, shut down, start up and install Office again to see if that corrects the issue.

Also try a new, test, Windows User Profile (Account). Log into the new account, run Outlook and test.
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I know you have checked but have you double checked that all the required tabs are checked under File, Options and Customize Ribbon and Main Tab.  Home-Tab.JPG
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