IBM's Lotus Notes 7 has plenty of customisation options for users. One of the customisations you can make is to change the default font colour to better suit your needs. Once made, this change takes effect on all your Lotus Notes 7 applications (any time you're typing text). The procedure is slightly different for a Mac than it is for the Windows platform.
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Select "File," and then choose "Preferences." Then select "User Preferences."
Click on the "Basics" tab, and then select "Default Fonts."
Select your default font colour from the drop-down box. You can also change the default font style or size. Click "OK."
Close Lotus Notes 7 and then restart the program for your font change to take effect.
Tips and warnings
- If you are using a Mac, click "Notes" instead of "File." Everything else is the same.
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