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Hi, I just installed this program on a Win 7 64 bit machine and the default color for the subject line is blue (which is hard for me to read).  Is there a way I can change it?
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by:Evan Cutler
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Forgive me...where is Outlook giving you a blue subject line?
Are you talking about the email window? where you see the From/To/BCC/CC and SBJT?
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Sorry, it's when I select an email from the list.  The entire line turns blue. i.e. From, Subject, Received, etc - in other words, if you sent me an email, your name, your subject, etc turns blue if I select it.
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ok,  It's not an Outlook thing, it's a windows thing.
You can mess around with th e"Window Color" setting at the bottom of the Personalization screen.
It's not an exact science, but you can play there until you find what you are looking for.

Try the "selected items", then reboot and open outlook.
Give that a shot.
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