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Solved: Lost text color in Outlook '03

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Maui, Jan 24, 2007.

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  1. Maui

    Maui Thread Starter

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    Somehow I lost text color as I type in Outlook, I'm not quite sure what I did? When I go back and select the text and a color the color shows up.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Augie65

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    If you mean that you want to set your default font color for messages, check this. I have Outlook 2002, but it should be similar.
    Tools> Options> Mail Format tab> under Stationery and Fonts, click Fonts button. Under Message fonts, click the Choose font button beside each message that you want you font. You can set font, size and color.
     
  3. Maui

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    and it doesn't work. What about the stationery selector? If it says none instead of say normal, would that do it?
     
  4. Augie65

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    On my Stationery selector, I have <none> selected and my messages use the fonts I choose for my messages set the way I described. Try <none> and set the fonts.
    Just noticed that at the bottom of the dialog window were the message fonts are chosen, I have Use my font when replying to and forwarding messages ticked.
     
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