Formatting Quick Parts in Outlook 2010

Hello Experts,

I have a user who is using Quickparts in Outlook for personal greetings.
I.E. "Trust you doing well", "Yours sincerly" etc.
The Problem is that the Font isn't adapting to the E-mail Font.
The Quick Parts is set to Times new Roman. But the mail can be a lot
of different fonts when replying, as you can imagine.
Is there a way to set Quick Parts text to change the font to the one which is used in the E-mail?

I have tried to set the paste options in outlook with no luck.

We are using:
Win7 32Bit Office 2010 SP2

In Case you need any other info I'm happy to add it.

Many thanks for the Help in advance,

Dennis
Pascal GschwendAsked:
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David LeeCommented:
Create the quick parts in a plain-text message.  They won't have any font information associated with them and will therefore pick up the font information from the message they're inserted into.
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Pascal GschwendAuthor Commented:
Hi BlueDevilFan,

Thank you very much for the Tip.
I was able to recreate this on my outlook and it has perfectly worked.
The Laptop from the user is not available today, I will verify, this is also working for him and mark it as solved
as soon as this is done.  

Many thanks for this and have a great day ahead,

Dennis
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David LeeCommented:
You're welcome, Dennis!
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Pascal GschwendAuthor Commented:
Hi Again,

I had the chance to test it now and it worked like a charm.
Thanks again for this quite simple and useful help.

Have a great day ahead,

Dennis
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David LeeCommented:
Thanks, Dennis.  I'm happy I was able to help out.  Cheers!

David
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