RE: How do I change font size in the reading pane?

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Megan

Thanks, Ryan. I was having the same problem and it was driving me crazy!!
That and our IT guy is overloaded so I couldn't wait on him anymore. Thank
you, thank you!

"Ryan Dunlap - Plano, Texas" wrote:

> I changed the font then left the computer and when I returned I realized how
> much the new font irritated me, so I tirelessly backtracked to figure out
> what I did when I stumbled upon your question. So if you are still
> interested in the answer, here it is from the beginning step by step so its
> not like one of those answers that give you a flashlight and expect you to
> stumble through the fog:
>
> Open your Outlook application and go to your Inbox.
>
> Once you are in the inbox, depending on how you have arranged your viewing
> panel, look at the area where you receive your emails.
>
> So, the first area will be your Inbox shaded in a est 25% grey. Below that
> you will have an area with a 10% or much lighter grey that states Arranged
> By: Date (I set my emails to be arranged by date, but it could be set by
> other options so everyone's could be slightly different depending on your
> preferrences, but I believe the date option will be the default setting,) to
> the immediate right of that Column Heading will be another box stating
> Newest On Top, which can be customized as well.
>
> Right click on the Arranged By Box and go to the Customize option, which a
> screen will pop up and give you 7 option boxes to choose from.
>
> Click on the Other Settings button, which will give you the ability to
> change the font, size, and other font options for all view settings.
>
> Hope that helps everyone to save the 45 minutes it took me. Good luck!
>
> "Carla" wrote:
>
> > I would like to have a larger font for the reading pane. I have looked at
> > options, customize and view. Any other suggestions?
> >
> > THanks
> >
> > Carla

 
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kenneth



"Megan" wrote:

> Thanks, Ryan. I was having the same problem and it was driving me crazy!!
> That and our IT guy is overloaded so I couldn't wait on him anymore. Thank
> you, thank you!
>
> "Ryan Dunlap - Plano, Texas" wrote:
>
> > I changed the font then left the computer and when I returned I realized how
> > much the new font irritated me, so I tirelessly backtracked to figure out
> > what I did when I stumbled upon your question. So if you are still
> > interested in the answer, here it is from the beginning step by step so its
> > not like one of those answers that give you a flashlight and expect you to
> > stumble through the fog:
> >
> > Open your Outlook application and go to your Inbox.
> >
> > Once you are in the inbox, depending on how you have arranged your viewing
> > panel, look at the area where you receive your emails.
> >
> > So, the first area will be your Inbox shaded in a est 25% grey. Below that
> > you will have an area with a 10% or much lighter grey that states Arranged
> > By: Date (I set my emails to be arranged by date, but it could be set by
> > other options so everyone's could be slightly different depending on your
> > preferrences, but I believe the date option will be the default setting,) to
> > the immediate right of that Column Heading will be another box stating
> > Newest On Top, which can be customized as well.
> >
> > Right click on the Arranged By Box and go to the Customize option, which a
> > screen will pop up and give you 7 option boxes to choose from.
> >
> > Click on the Other Settings button, which will give you the ability to
> > change the font, size, and other font options for all view settings.
> >
> > Hope that helps everyone to save the 45 minutes it took me. Good luck!
> >
> > "Carla" wrote:
> >
> > > I would like to have a larger font for the reading pane. I have looked at
> > > options, customize and view. Any other suggestions?
> > >
> > > THanks
> > >
> > > Carla

 
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kenneth

the easiest way to change the font size on incoming messages is to first open
the message, in the actions pane which is the pane containing the large x,
click on other actions, then clicl zoom at the bottom of this drop down list,
here either change button from 100% to 200% or use the arrows in the percent
window to make adjustments to your personal preference. (very easy 3 steps)

"Megan" wrote:

> Thanks, Ryan. I was having the same problem and it was driving me crazy!!
> That and our IT guy is overloaded so I couldn't wait on him anymore. Thank
> you, thank you!
>
> "Ryan Dunlap - Plano, Texas" wrote:
>
> > I changed the font then left the computer and when I returned I realized how
> > much the new font irritated me, so I tirelessly backtracked to figure out
> > what I did when I stumbled upon your question. So if you are still
> > interested in the answer, here it is from the beginning step by step so its
> > not like one of those answers that give you a flashlight and expect you to
> > stumble through the fog:
> >
> > Open your Outlook application and go to your Inbox.
> >
> > Once you are in the inbox, depending on how you have arranged your viewing
> > panel, look at the area where you receive your emails.
> >
> > So, the first area will be your Inbox shaded in a est 25% grey. Below that
> > you will have an area with a 10% or much lighter grey that states Arranged
> > By: Date (I set my emails to be arranged by date, but it could be set by
> > other options so everyone's could be slightly different depending on your
> > preferrences, but I believe the date option will be the default setting,) to
> > the immediate right of that Column Heading will be another box stating
> > Newest On Top, which can be customized as well.
> >
> > Right click on the Arranged By Box and go to the Customize option, which a
> > screen will pop up and give you 7 option boxes to choose from.
> >
> > Click on the Other Settings button, which will give you the ability to
> > change the font, size, and other font options for all view settings.
> >
> > Hope that helps everyone to save the 45 minutes it took me. Good luck!
> >
> > "Carla" wrote:
> >
> > > I would like to have a larger font for the reading pane. I have looked at
> > > options, customize and view. Any other suggestions?
> > >
> > > THanks
> > >
> > > Carla

 
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