Normal Microsoft Office interface can be a little touch in case it is difficult. However, in the absence of laptops and tablets use touch screen and mouse in which the benefit is reduced. Fortunately Office software allows you to use the touch screen to switch between the user interface. Here’s how to enable touch mode in Office versions 2013 and 2016 described above. How to Enable Touch mode Office 2016?
Note: this was based on our testing, but it’s likely they will iron out any problems in the final release. Enabling or disabling touch mode will likely stay the same, so if you wanted to disable it, this would work in reverse. To enable office 2016 touch mode.
How to Enable Touch mode Office 2016/2013
So in case you are using Office 2016 on a touch based laptop or tablet, then you can enable Office 2016 optimized for touch. This mode gets you more space between commands so that you can use the touch options. Enable touch mode in office 2016.
#1. Click on the Customize Quick Access Toolbar. This option is a small down arrow at the top of the Office applications. On the Touch / Mouse Mode Click.
#2. After the ribbon bar to rate this larger and more spacious in size will be larger menu icons and options. To switch between modes using the mouse or touch mode touch icons on the Quick Access bar is added click or tap.
That’s all there is to enabling touch mode. Office software is as simple as you can, and you can touch mode on your laptop or tablet easily use this software.
More touch tips
To make text and objects bigger, swipe from the right edge of the screen, tap Start, swipe up, tap All Apps, tap Control Panel(under Windows System), tap Appearance & Personalization, tap Display, and tap Medium – 125%. To see touch in Office, check out the Office Touch Guide.