Apr 022008
 


If you want to change font,font size or font colour in outlook 2003 follow this procedure

First you need to open your outlook 2003


Now you need to go to Tool–>Options

Now click on Mail Format tab under Stationery and Fonts Click on Fonts

Here you need to Set your Fonts by clicking on Choose Font.. > Go to bottom and Check “Always use My Fonts”

Fonts windows looks similar to the following screen

click ok three times

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  9 Responses to “How to change font,font size or font colour in outlook 2003”

  1. How do I change the fontsize of incoming emails as I look at them? It’s too tiny

  2. I finally solved the problem of too-small font size in Outlook 2003. Go to View/Arrange By/Current View/Customize Current View, then click the Automatic Formatting and Other Settings menus to get the look you want.

  3. Is there a way i can set this by a GPO? i would like to have that if a user opens a new email the default font color is navyblue.

    Thanks in advance

  4. I want to be able to choose the default font for outgoing messages only while being able to view incoming messages in the format chosen by the sender. When I follow these instructions to change my OUTGOING messages, all incoming messages from then on arrive in my outgoing format. How do I receive incoming messages in the sender’s format?

  5. I WANT TO SET FONT COURIER NEW AND FONT SIZE 12 FOR RECEIVING MAIL BY DEFAULT PL HELP

  6. Nice post, quick and easy.

  7. How about the font in Contacts or the Calendar?? Any help there?

  8. Changing the font size in the message one is writing is straightforward.

    What I want to do and have been unable to do after much searching is:
    Change the font size in the Outlook New Email FORM i.e. where you enter the To: Cc: and Subject Information.

    If anyone has the answer to this specific question it would be much appreciated.

  9. Thank you so very much team, i tried, this is very very helpful ..

    Thank you so very much again..

    Sheraz

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