Show or hide the ribbon in Office
Tip: Press Ctrl+F1 to show and hide your commands in the Ribbon. Click Show Tabs to display the Ribbon tabs without the commands. To access the commands in the Show Tabs option, click any of the tabs. Click Auto-hide Ribbon to hide all tabs and commands.
button turns hidden characters like spaces, paragraph markers, or tab marks on and off. Go to File > Options > Display. button is turned on or off. Clear any check boxes for ones you don’t want always displayed.How do I get the Ribbon to show in Outlook?
To show the Ribbon, click on View.
You’ll see a little pin in the upper right. Click it and now your Ribbon will always show in Outlook (unless you decide to hide it again.) You can personalize your Ribbon to order the tabs and commands the way you want them. You can also hide those that you don’t use often.What is Ribbon display option?
Called Ribbon Display Options, this feature lets you toggle the ribbon between three different states. The Ribbon Display Options button appears in the top right of each Office 2013 application, to the left of the window control buttons. When you tap this button, you’re presented with three display choices via a menu