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Outlook 2007 Task List -- Increase Font Size or Zoom

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Is it possible in Outlook 2007 to increase the font-size or better yet zoom in on the task list so it shows up larger on the screen?
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Question by:Daniel Van Der Werken
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Right click in your task list
Select Custom View
Other Settings
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To clarify              -                 Right click the "Arrange By" in your Task List
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