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Outlook 2003 - How to increase font size in reading pane.

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I would like to increase the size of the text in the reading pane.  i.e. emails that have arrived in my inbox.

I want to PERMANENTLY increase the size.  Not just open the message and CTRL + MOUSE wheel that particular message.
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You may need to change the DPI settings but that may affect other applications as well:

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/67
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WOW!  Spectacular web site  l33tf0b!    Never been there before!!!
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Awesome, glad it worked out!

Ray
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