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Over the past few days, some of our readers have come across a known error message regarding changing the default fonts in Outlook 2010. This issue occurs due to a number of factors. We will review them now.
Just writing and sending emails with a custom design? How about setting Outlook to automatically launch every post in a different font you like?
Whether you like it or not, people use custom fonts when they constantly send emails from Outlook and email software to other clients.
If the client has a specific font that you can always use, follow these steps to set Outlook to automatically use that default font when rewriting their own email.
Click on the “Mail” tab and also click on the “Stationery and Fonts” button.
Here you can change the font for each type of message you need to type. Categories:
Choose a font based on style, purpose, and size. In addition to color, bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, font, and uppercase, several other options are available.
To see even more design options, be sure to click the “Advanced” tab.
Once you’ve configured the fonts, they should automatically be used in a single email message in Microsoft Outlook. Good luck!
Installing Outlook is very easy. When you open it for the first time, the provider uses the default settings for almost everything. The default font settings are set to Calibri and Arial, as well as Little (11pt). If it’s not your cup of tea, let your Outlook worries subside.Sharpness: Allows you to change the traditional font settings as desired.