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If you have multiple folders in your pst, how do you globally change the font size in all folders?  When I go to View, Customize View...etc., it only changes the font for the one folder that I am in.  I would also like to know if you can globally change the font view for the folders under the Inbox also.
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Dear jessnjeff,

I donot think there is a way to do what you want ..

Thanks,
Sunray
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Sorry, but I don't see how any of those apply to my question.  Go to View, Current view, Customize Current view and check under Other Settings to see what I want to change.  Changing those settings only affects the current folder.
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The only fastest thing that you may want to do is this

Click on inbox ( I mean select inbox).. Make the font size as say 10.

go to view --->  Current view --> Define view

Select the first one  "current view setting".Actually the moment you go to Define view , this would have been selected

Now press "copy" on the right.
Now give a name
select "All mail and post folders"
click OK
now a window titled "view summary" will open
go to other settings in there and check the font size there. It should be the same size as you had previously given (10 for example)

Click OK and say "Apply view".

Now you can select any other folder or say sub-folder under inbox
go to view ---> current view --> define view

select the name of the view that you had named (by copying) and say apply view..

Now you can see the subfolder changes to font size 10.

I think this is the maximum you can do ..

Sunray
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jessnjeff,

Some more information here

Creating Custom Views
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnout2k2/html/ODC_CustomViews.asp

Thanks,
Sunray
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