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Outlook signature has just changed font size for no reason

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Hi,

I have come into work this morning and my email signature ie name address etc has gone really small but I have not changed anything.  If I view the HTML signature it looks normal so can you give me a clue what could have caused this please?

Regards

Simon
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by:vsudip
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This could be your outlook font setting changed.... check the default font for your outlook?
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how do I do that please?
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I have tried this and it did not change anything.
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