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Outlook 2007 - Email font -color & size

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Old October 5th 07, 04:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
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Default Outlook 2007 - Email font -color & size

I can not seem to find where I can change the default e-mail fonty and color
of teh font when reading / sending an e-mail? Or even in teh preview pane.

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