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I just installed on my XP office pro 2007
I am not sure why but the toolbar menu (e.g. file, edit, view&.) uses a very strange font. Also in outlook the emails info e.g. (from, subject&) is using the same font. Is this possible to change the default font?
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All these options, should be changeable, in the Tool > Options scenario.
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yes but where? this is not changing the fonts of the toolbar and the view its only changing the fonts of the emails (email font). can you explain?
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