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CHANGING FONT SIZE IN PREVIEW PANEL IN OUTLOOK 2007

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi Guys,

I was wondering if any one knows how to change the font size of the preview panel permanently. I know that i can select it and use the scroll to make it larger but it goes back to normal once i click somewhere else. I googled around and it seems like there is no other solution for now. thanks
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In the view menu you should see View Settings and in the window which opens you will see a button marked Other Settings. Within here are the font size options for the preview panel
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i cant find a font size for the preview panel
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Sorry, I was thinking of the AutoPreview not the preview pane. I dont believe there is a way unless you change your settings to display email only in plain text. This link gives you more info on the methods available http://www.msoutlook.info/question/67
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