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Minimize Outlook instead of closing when clicking on the Close button

Be default, clicking on the Close button will exit Outlook immediately. So, if the Close button was clicked accidentally, it will take time to reopen the Outlook and interrupt your work. Here the Close To Minimize utility of Kutools for Outlook can help you to minimize Outlook instead of closing when clicking on the Close button.

Minimize Outlook instead of closing when clicking on the Close button

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Minimize Outlook instead of closing when clicking on the Close button

Please do as follows to enable the Close To Minimize utility of Kutools for Outlook.

1. Click Kutools Plus > Close To Minimize. See screenshot:

From now on, Outlook will be minimized when clicking on the Close button.

Note: Make sure to close the Outlook window, you just need to click Kutools Plus > Close To Minimize again to turn off this feature. Then, close the Outlook as you need.


Demo: Minimize Outlook when clicking on the Close button

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