Outlook 2007-2013 Font size To, CC, Subject

The customer is running windows 7 with outlook 2007.

I Just wanted to verify if there was a way in Outlook to change the Font size of the To, CC, or subject fields when you have a pop out or preview pane.

Also is there a way to change the font size for the folder list?

I tried developer options and created a custom form, but it only would change just 1 email and it would not look right sometimes.
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easyworksAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Why not just change the screen resolution?

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easyworksAuthor Commented:
Because the screen resolution does not change the font size of the fields To, CC, Subject or the fodlers on the left, BUT it does change the main body size.
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easyworksAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I take that back i was being dumb and only changed the resolution on 1 monitor. I was hoping for a different solution, but i might end up doing this.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Yeah that really only seems like the logical method from my standpoint.

Not sure if this can be done specifically on the area you have specfied.

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