Outlook 2016 people pane cuts off addresses

normanml
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Win10/1803

Outlook 2016:

Outlook People Pane
As you can see, in the people/contacts pane several lines in EVERY contact address are cut off. If I hit edit, they are there, but not in a simple display. Any idea what's going on here?
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I would change the view to Business card. The People view isn't very useful for most of us. However, you can also customize any of your views in the View tab

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Karen, any way to make the fond larger in the business card. Seems all you can adjust is the size of the heading.

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And change the blue font too.
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Karen FalandaysTraining Specialist

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I see what you are saying. It looks like there are more customization options with the simple Card view then there are with the Business Card view.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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If you upgrade to V1809, there is a text slider (to increase all text sizes) under Settings, Ease of Access. Very nice feature.

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But should I upgrade. Understand 1809 has been re-released after buggy rollout.
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I have been running it since early October on a good machine with no issues. Cumulative updates were issued to fixed the mapped drives issue. December cumulative updates fixed more issues. Works great for me.

Update your BIOS, Chipset and all other drivers and then update

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