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Posted on 2004-08-09
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Very strange.  I have a client running Outlook 2002, connecting to an Exchange 2003 server.  The font size in her inbox is very large, but it is normal in all other folders.  How can I adjust the font size down to match the other folders?
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1       Click Inbox
2.      Click Tools menu
3.      Click Options
4.      Click Mail Format tab
5.      In the Stationery and Fonts box
6.      Click Fonts button
7.      Click a font and font size
8.      Click OK
9.      Click  OK

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by:Yort
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Yan west - Appreciate the help!  Unfortunately, I misstated my original question.  All of the folders have this larger font and are missing the Subject line.  I know how to adjust the properties for one folder at a time, but how do you do this for all folders at once?
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I assume the global view is only in Outlook 2003
http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6270_11-5243615.html

You may want to try the suggestions in the above link to see if it would work for outlook 2002

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