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How to change default font size and font in Lotus Notes

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              Anyone know How to change default font size and font in Lotus Notes  ?


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Hi there!, what Lotus Note version are you using? and on what os?

a quick Google query returned this result.

Maybe the link could help you?.

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i,m using 8.5.3
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Hello piaakit,

To change the default font size just follow the below steps:

Go to File >> Preferences >> Fonts and Colors

From the above steps you can change the default font size.

For more help you can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7CgwZc_2-Y

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by:piaakit
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Go to File >> Preferences >> Fonts and Colors   , this is not for changing the font and font size when a new a mail,
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by:Edwin Hoffer
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In the Inbox view click New Message

1. Click in the body area to activate Editing Toolbar

2. Select the desired Font, Size and Color

3. Go to Text -> Set Current Font as Default Mail

4. Clock OK on the popup

Now all your new message will have the desired font, size and color.
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by:piaakit
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Where is editing Toolbar ?


1. Click in the body area to activate Editing Toolbar

2. Select the desired Font, Size and Color

3. Go to Text -> Set Current Font as Default Mail

4. Clock OK on the popup


Also i cant find "set current Font as Default Mail under"  text  

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by:Edwin Hoffer
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Hello Piaakit,

You can't change the font size of the emails which you receive, because only the person can change the font size who send the emails.

You can set a default font for mail that you send.

1. When composing an email, change the text so it is the font and style you want to use as the default.
2. Select the text.
3. Open the Text menu and select Set Current Font as Mail Default.

Note: Your new default font will appear in the next email you compose. It will not effect the current email.

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Edwin
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by:piaakit
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Hi Edwin


As you mention above after select the "Text", where to save the default font i have chosen ?

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by:Edwin Hoffer
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First select the font then go to the option.
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