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Font Size Is Too Large On Windows Live Mail


This is becuse many of the e-mails we are observing are created in HTML, the fonts are set in the html. Have not looked at the what if any impact this has on replies Al Frowiss, Jul 24, 2013 #15 breezin1001 New Email Joined: Oct 8, 2012 Messages: 3 Likes Received: Please try again. All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. check my blog

How do I change my account picture on the Mac? DeKaBe, Dec 5, 2011 #2 Darto New Email Joined: Dec 9, 2011 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 So, does anybody know how to increase the font size in Windows Live Mail. One of my officemates hates Calibri like the plague. Because Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail, and Outlook Express hand the email to Internet Explorer for printing, you can configure the printing's result by changing the font size used by Internet see this here

How To Change Font Size In Windows Live Mail 2012

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When my Mozilla Thunderbird received the email, it automatically changed the font to the size I selected. You can also experiment with the display options available in the Ease of Access Centre in Control Panel and if you are using a desktop PC and your present screen is If you've encountered this problem and, hopefully, found a fix, please leave a comment for your fellow user!Contributing Editor Rick Broida writes about business and consumer technology.