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How to enable disable or remove Microsoft Outlook add-ins, several add-ins automatically install and register themselves on your PC. But not all of them are useful enough to keep. Add-ins are the functionality tools installed on your PC to add custom commands in your programs. While most of the add-ins are useful and are designed to increase your productivity, some of them are useless or outdated and may clutter your PC unnecessarily. These outdated add-ins may cause deadlocks and raise compatibility issues. In this post, we will learn how to enable or disable Microsoft Outlook add-ins.
Enable or disable Microsoft Outlook add-ins
To find Outlook add-ins in Outlook, open your Outlook desktop client and click on the Windows Store icon.
To install Outlook add-ins, simply move the slider to the On position and restart Microsoft Outlook. In some cases, you will see a Get it button instead of the slider. To install it click on this button to commence its installation. Restart Outlook to enable it. In the New email window, you will see an Office add-ins link.
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Remove Outlook Add-ins
In your Outlook Desktop Client, select “Add-ins” in the left panel to open a new pop-up and view all your installed add-ins.
The add-in you want to remove should have a small pop-up window. Click on the Remove button if you no longer find it useful.
How do you enable and disable add-ins in Outlook?
To enable or disable an add-in in Outlook, you can follow the steps minutely above. It is possible to turn on or off any add-in from the Options panel. To do this, open the Outlook Options panel and switch to the Add-ins tab. Find the add-in you want to remove and remove the tick from the checkbox. Finally, click the OK button.
How do I disable add-ins on Outlook?
Go to Outlook Options and go to the Add-ins tab. Remove the tick from the checkbox next to the add-in you want to disable and click OK. Microsoft Outlook offers a variety of add-ons to enhance functionality and productivity. This post provides guidance on using some of the best free add-ons for Outlook.