How to configure marquee in lync 2010 for conversation?

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Hi. Some one told me about Microsoft Lync 2010 which allows different useful features like communication, chatting in organization or company. So I downloaded and installed it happily but now I am worried how to set marquee in lync. I want to scroll up text from left to right when I write text. So difficult for me to achieve this. Please some help.

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Answered By 40 points N/A #144668

How to configure marquee in lync 2010 for conversation?

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Hello,
 
The only thing you need to do is to right mouse click on the input area and select “Left to right,” and you are done.  As I searched over the internet, I found that some people say that there is no such option in earlier versions of Lync.  To fix this is simple:  upgrade to the latest version and everything will be fixed.  I hope I helped.  Regards.
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How to configure marquee in lync 2010 for conversation?

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If you want to view the texts you are composing when chatting in Microsoft Lync, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard and also the mouse. If you are having a hard time composing messages in Microsoft Lync 2010, maybe it’s about time you upgrade your version to 2013. Visit Microsoft Lync Basic 2013 [32-bit] to download.

For Microsoft Lync Basic 2013, you must have Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows 8. If you have Windows 7 but is not in Service Pack 1, you should update to use Microsoft Lync Basic 2013. Visit Windows 7 Service Pack 1 [KB976932] to download. This is actually the latest Service Pack available to Microsoft Windows 7.

Once downloaded, open Windows Explorer then navigate to the download folder. Double-click on the installer you downloaded to update your Windows 7 to Service Pack 1. The update will take some time because it will backup your system files first before installing the files and updating the system. When it is finished, you need to restart your computer to apply the changes.

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