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Changing Fonts and Size on Mailbox Views
I’ve set mine to 5 seconds. That way if I am on an email for less than 5 seconds it stays unread. Anything longer than 5 seconds and Outlook assumes that I have read the email. You can use any time setting that fits the way you work. For Outlook 2016/2013/2010: Click on File Options; Click on Mail from the left side column.
To change your view fonts or size in Outlook perform the following steps:
Click on the View tab
- You people from MS are telling us we can change the color of the font when we forward or write an email. We are not talking about the same thing. It used to be the incoming emails came in the font color BLACK that was bold so you could read it. The one's you had not read were the blue. Now they are faint blue and a light gray.
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Then click View Settings.
On the Advanced View Settings dialog click Other Settings, then you can change your column or row font settings.
Changing Column Header Settings:
To change the font or font size for the column headers in your Inbox (like “From” and “Subject”), click Column Font, and then make the desired adjustment and click ok.
Outlook 2016 For Mac How To Change Unread Email Font To Black Widow
Changing Message Subject Settings:
To change the font or font size of the message subject lines in your Inbox, click Row Font, and then make the desired adjustment and click ok.
Change Font and/or size as desired and click ok
Click OK and OK on the Other Settings and Advanced View Settings screens.
Applying the same look to all folders
Mangamma gari manavaralu serial wiki. The above instructions modified the folder view you were on (ie: the Inbox). If you want the same look for all your folders you need to copy these changes to all your other folders. You can do this by following these steps:
Click the View tab, then click Change View, and from the dropdown choose Apply Current View to Other Mail Folders
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On the Apply View dialog box, choose the folders you would like to apply the view to and click ok. If you want to apply the view to all the folders, make sure the top most folder is chosen (should be your email address), then click the box to Apply view to subfolders and click ok.