Microsoft Outlook 2007: How to Change the Default Font?
If you don’t like the way outlook looks like by default, you may change the font type, sizes and colors to suit your taste better
If you don’t like the way Outlook looks like by default, you might want to find out how you can change the fonts types, sizes and colors in Outlook to suit your taste better. The default font used in Microsoft Outlook 2007 when you create, reply to, or forward an e-mail message is 11-point Calibri. Also, Outlook easily allows you to change the size, color and type of the default font.
However, your recipients will only be able to see your changed font, if they also have the same font installed on their computers in order to see the message the same way it appears on your computer.
Here are the steps that will guide you how to change the default font in Outlook 2007 on your Windows-based PC. Here’s how it goes:
- Open Outlook 2007.
- Click Tools and then Select Options.
- Click the Mail Format tab and then select the "Stationery and Fonts…" button.
- Under "New Mail Message" option, click "Font".
- Select the appropriate options appearing on your screen and then click "OK".
- Follow the same procedure for "Replying or forwarding messages" option and "Composing and reading plain text messages" option.
- Click "OK" twice.
- Now you have successfully changed the default font of Outlook 2007.
See, this is how default font is changed in the Microsoft Outlook 2007. You can also go through our video solution that is posted below. For a quick recap, click the play option given in the below window.