PC Doctor March 22, 2019

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Dear PC Doctor:

When I receive an e-mail, the font is much too small to read, (smaller than the smallest font size choice if I were to send an email). How do I enlarge the incoming email's font? I am using Outlook 2007.

Thank you,


Dear Ed:

In Outlook 2007, you can use the “Ribbon” (top menu) controls to change the size of the text in the messages you are reading. First, open a message that has been sent to you. Click the message body. On the Format tab, in the Zoom group, click Zoom. In the Zoom dialog box, under Zoom to, click 100% for the default size, or use the other options to specify a custom zoom size.

I hope this helps!

Until next time,
Happy Computing!
PC Doctor

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