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    Outlook Font (2002(XP)/2003)

    I compose a message in Outlook 2002 (XP) in HTML format using font Verdana. I send it to another user that uses Outlook 2003. When the email is read in Outlook 2003, the font Times New Roman is used, not Verdana. Verdana IS installed on the Outlook 2003 PC. I know I've stumbled upon a fix for this, but, for the life of me I can't remember how to fix it! I believe the solution is on the Outlook 2002 (XP) PC.

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    Re: Outlook Font (2002(XP)/2003)

    On the receiving pc, check the font setting in the Accesibility setup in IE - it seems to control how html is rendered.

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    Re: Outlook Font (2002(XP)/2003)

    Thank you! I wasn't thinking IE had a role in this. What I found was changing the font by clicking the "Fonts" button and selecting Verdana did the trick.

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