Outlook is known as the email component of the Microsoft Office Suite. Use Outlook to send and receive e-mails on your computer. When composing e-mail messages, the default writing setting may be too small for your preference. This can be changed in the Outlook options to make the writing bigger so it can be read as the email is composed. Once this change is made, the settings remain until they are updated or changed again.
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Open Outlook 2010 and select the "File" tab. Select "Options" and "Mail."
Locate the "Compose Message" section and pick "Stationery And Fonts." Click the "Personal Stationery" tab and select "Font."
Change the font size to a larger size. Select "Ok" three times to save the changes.
Create a new e-mail by clicking the "Home" tab. Select the "New Email" button. Type some text in the body of the email message. Notice the new font size.
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