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Changed the font size in Outlook 2007 under Mail Format, Stationary and Fonts. But when I relaunch Outlook the font is back to default, any ideas what might be causing this issue. Let me know if any further information is needed
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by:David Lee
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Hi, progjm.

Are you using stationery or did you create a message using plain HTML?
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Stationary
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Settings in stationery override default settings.  
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I shouldn't have hit Submit so quick.  If you want your fonts in stationery, then yoou have to edit the stationery or create your own and specify the font in it.
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I answered too quickly also, its just HTML
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Its like the font change holds for a couple of minutes then it changes back? When I do change it I dont get the apply option under the Options selection?
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If you have Outlook 2007, try and change the font and let me know if you are having the same probelms as I. From what I am reading this might be a bug?
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Ok, I ran the same test.  The first font I changed to behaved the way you described.  Tried again, this time choosing a different font.  The second font seems to have stuck.  Try a couple of different fonts.  Maybe it's a bug related to the font selected.
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Yep, got the same results last night. Thanks for the help
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You're welcome.
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