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Plain Text Signature Font Changes When Replying To Html Messages

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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have set my fonts to be 10pt Verdana, for all messages: New, Replies & Forwards.  I have set Outlook to use plain text.  I have created signatures using notepad.  

When I reply to HTML messages, my signatures appear in New Times Roman.  So, when I clcik reply, my signature comes in ok, but the font is changed.

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HI - I tested this on my workstation a few different ways, and found the same results that you described above.  

It appears that changing to HTML also defaults the font to Times Roman, despite the choices I made in Tools, Options, Mail Format tab, and Font button.

You mentioned your Veranda choice for New and Replies, but what is your Plain Text choice in Tools, Options, Mail Format tab, and Font button?

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Commented:
Hello Rob132332,

WOW!~  THANKS for checking all that, REALLY!! :):)

Plain Text choice in Tools, Options, Mail Format tab, and Font button: Verdana, 10pt.

Regards,

Ubee
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I'm SO grateful that you took the time to TEST it ~ that'll keep me from bashing my head against the wall thinking: "It's me. It's me.  I have to upgrade to Office 2007 because that must be easier to use."

I'll post for a work around, see what everyone thinks.

THANKS Again!

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Thanks guys! that's my solution.
Eric
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