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Microsoft Outlook 2007 Shrunken Text

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I was working in my Outlook 2007 (a Windows 7 laptop), and I accidentally hit a key combination that resulted in all text entered (whether in a new Calendar entry or an Email - including Email replies) being too small to see.  The text formatting still shows the Calibri 11 point that I normally use, and I tried adjusting the text a larger font size, but only when I get up around 100 point does the text get back to the normal size.  I cannot find what I did, or how to undo it.  Rebooting and reopening Outlook doesn't help, so I've somehow changed a setting that shows all text at about 10% it's actual size.  Please help.

Thanks,

Phil
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Open a New email> Format tab> Change the Zoom to 100%
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Thanks, guys.  Your responses were essentially the same, and both were sent immediately, which is why I split the points.
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