Change default font on reples to look the same as orignal

Posted on 2007-09-29
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
How can I change my default font when I reply to look the same as
original messages? Outlook 2003 connect to Exchange 2003.
Question by:jmoody
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    by:David Lee
    Hi, jmoody.

    "... to look the same as original messages?"
    To look the same as your original messages (i.e. the font used when you compose a new message) or to look the same as the message you're responding to?  If the former, then click Tools -> Options -> Mail Format -> Fonts.  At the Fonts dialog-box select "Always use my fonts" under "Stationery fonts".

    Author Comment

    I would like it to look the same as the message I'm responding to.
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    Accepted Solution

    If the sender used stationery, then you can follow the instructions I gave above and select "Use the font specified in stationery (if specified)" under "Stationery fonts".  If the sender didn't use stationery, then the only option I know of is to set your font to match the font used in the original message.  

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