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Set Dafault Font in Word 2007 and Outlook 2007 by Group Policy or Appsense Environment Manager

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Hi,

I am trying to standardise the default font within the company to Arial 12 point within Word 2007 and as the default new message font in Outlook 2007.

Within Group Policy or Appsense Environment Manager I can see no way to achieve this?

Has anybody been able to achieve this and if so how?

Thanks for any help you are able to provide.

Richard
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I did do this once in AppSense EM but people can still circumvent it by using plain-text only.

Group Policy Preferences should help http://thommck.wordpress.com/2009/05/28/standardising-outlook-fonts-using-group-policy-preferences/

You can also deploy these Registry entries using AppSense EM if you want to apply them at Outlook launch time rather than logon time (using a Process Started rule)

Cheers,


JR
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