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how to define fonts for all out going emails in outlook

Hello Experts,

Can someone please advise how can I set the font to arial, bold and green color for all the out going emails in the microsoft outlook. Every time I send emails it is setting back to times new roman style.

Please advise

thanks
kay

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openshacCommented:
From: http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/et_default_font.htm

Change the Default Font Face and Color in Outlook

To customize the fonts used by default for reading and composing messages as well as replies in Outlook:

    * :: Step by Step Screenshot Walkthrough

    * Select Tools | Options... from the menu.
    * Go to the Mail Format tab.
    * Click Fonts... under Stationery and Fonts.
    * Use the Font... buttons under New mail messages, Replying or forwarding messages and Composing and reading plain text messages to choose the desired font faces, sizes and styles.
          o In Outlook 2003, use Choose Font... for When composing a new message:, When replying and forwarding: and When composing and reading plain text:.
    * Click OK.
          o In Outlook 2003, if stationery is defined to be used by default under Use this stationery by default:, the font specified in it may override the font you have just specified. You can either choose "<None>" as the default stationery, adapt the stationery to include your favorite font, or make Outlook ignore font specified in stationery altogether.
    * Click OK again.
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