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Outlook 2000 note font?

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My Notes in Outlook 2000 use the default font I don't like.  Its difficult to read compared to arial.  Does anyone know how to change the font used?
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Sure, at the top, click on TOOLS, then OPTIONS.  A window will appear with the tab on PREFERENCES.  At the bottom, there is a button called NOTE OPTIONS.  Click on that and thats were you change the font, size and color.
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Right in front of me.  I looked everywhere before.

Thanks.
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