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    Font size in header (Outlook 2000)

    Hello,
    We've recently moved from Win98 Outlook 98 computers using 640x480 resolution to WinXP Outlook 2000 1024x768 resolution. Some of my users are complaining about the relatively small font size for the header lines when composing e-mails (filling in the TO, CC, and SUBJECT lines). Is there any way to increase this font size?

    Thanks for any help you could give me.

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    Re: Font size in header (Outlook 2000)

    Does setting Tools | Options | Mail Format | Fonts | the options Composing, Replying & Forwarding, and Plain Text Reading, to a higher point Font help these users to get resolutions they want?
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    Re: Font size in header (Outlook 2000)

    No, unfortunately, that just affects the body of the e-mail. It does not affect the header fields when composing e-mails.

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    Re: Font size in header (Outlook 2000)

    I always thought it was based on the settings in Windows Display properties. The quickest access is via right-clicking on the Desktop and then clicking Properties. But I also recall a thread in which some versions of Outlook stubbornly refused to use Windows defaults, so I can't guarantee results on this one. From what I can see, Outlook 2002 defaults to 8pt Tahoma most everywhere.

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