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Posted on 2006-06-12
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HI I am using OUTLOOK 2000

i have changed my FONT to FRANKLIN GOTHIC BOOK in MAIL OPTIONS>Fonts

but still when i open a new email and try to write new email it changes automatically to TIME NEW ROMAN or some PC's it change to ARIAL.

what can be the issue please help


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Do you use Word as email editor?

To check the above, you need to got to Tools > Options > Mail Format Tab - It will be listed there as "Use Microsoft Word to Edit Email Messages".

If the above is set to use word as editor then do the following.

Open a new message & goto Tools > Options > General Tab > Email Options Button > Personal Stationary Tab - Select the fonts that you want and close the message. Then open a new message and or reply/forward a message and see.
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oops, sorry. if the option is set not to use word as editor, then press the Fonts button at Tools > Options > Mail Format Tab in outlook and change the fonts as required. Close and open Outlook and check.

In certain instances these fonts may not be changeable.
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