Customize Fonts in the 'Reading Pane' in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on a Windows PC
The Reading Pane set in the Microsoft Outlook 2007 application allows a user to read through the contents of a mail without actually opening the same. This enables the user to save on time and at the same time also read the mail easily. By default, Microsoft Outlook 2007 displays the text in the Reading Pane in a particular font size and font face, which is pretty well comprehensible. However, if you are finding the default text unclear for you to read and understand or you just want to change the font for fun, you can follow the steps given below and complete the task in a jiffy.
The easy step solution to the above issue is as:
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2007.
- Click on the ‘View’ menu. Go to "Current View" and then select "Customize Current View".
- To adjust the column headers for the reading pane, click "Other Settings".
- At the top of the window we have two font settings, Column and Row.
- Select the appropriate options appearing on the screen to customize it and then click "OK".
- If you want to customize things based on conditions, click "Automatic Formatting".
- To add a new rule, click on "Add" and type the name of the rule.
- Click "Font" and select the appropriate options to customize it.
- Click "Condition" and choose the appropriate condition on the "Filter" window.
- Click "OK" and then click "OK" again.
By referring to the simple commands mentioned above and actually implementing the same, your Microsoft Outlook 2007 application can be customized in no time. Since the application has been designed to best help you remain in touch with your business associates, clients, colleagues, and friends, you can customize it to best use the application and its utilities.
If you are using a Windows Vista-based PC, do not miss to watch the solution video given below:
And all Windows XP users can particularly watch the video provided here by clicking on this link.