How to change the default font in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on a Windows PC?
Are you using the Microsoft Outlook 2010 application on your Windows-based PC? Well, if you are looking to customize the settings on the application so that you can best use it as per your preference, you can find a handy tip here. Follow the steps given below to change the default font set in the application to one that best reflects your mood and purpose. Remember, the steps given below are simple and easy to follow, even if you are a novice user.
On your Windows XP and Windows Vista PCs, this is what you need to do…
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2010.
- Click ‘File’ and open the ‘Options’ menu.
- Click the ‘Mail’ tab and then select the ‘Stationery and Fonts…’ button.
- Under ‘New Mail Message’ option, click ‘Font’.
- Select the appropriate options appearing on your screen and then click ‘OK’.
- Follow the same procedure for ‘Replying or forwarding messages’ option and ‘Composing and reading plain text messages’ option.
- Click ‘OK’ twice.
- Now you have successfully changed the default font of Microsoft Outlook 2010.
Simple, isn’t it? Now, you can easily set your favorite e-mail application the way you want it to function. By changing the font style and theme you will be able to give it the much-needed ‘personal’ look.
For better understanding the above mentioned steps, here is a short video that you can check out, particularly if you are using a Windows Vista-based PC.
And, to change the font style in the application on your Windows XP-based PC, here is a relevant video that you can check out:
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