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Outlook 2007 Font

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by macqchi, Aug 30, 2008.

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    macqchi Thread Starter

    Aug 30, 2008
    Since Outlook 2007 uses the Word editor (and you can't change this w/o uninstalling Word),I can't get the NormalEmail or the Normal template to hold my font. I'm using a font called Architect which I installed on my laptop and I'll create the style and save it as the Normal and NormalEmail templates, but as soon as you start typing (whether in Word or Outlook), it changes to Cambria Math immediately. I tried deleting that font (Cambria Math) and then it defaults to Tahoma. However, when I click on the Clear Formatting OR the Style button I created, it will then modify all the text to the Architect font, but I can't get it to retain the settings. Other things I tried was deleting all templates in the registry, changing the theme to NO THEME and "Always use my fonts." I don't understand why the font won't stay if it's installed on the computer. Anyone have any ideas? I've worked on this for 2 days and have tried every workaround other people said worked and nothing has resolved this.
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