Who else wants to know the secret to Excel Formulas?Invest in yourself in 2015 and reduce your frustration with formulas in Excel for just $19.95 - Click here to enroll today
Have you ever noticed whenever you reply to an email the font colour isn’t black, but a dark blue?
Well like most things in Outlook 2007, if you want you are able to change the default reply font color.
To do so:
1) Click on “Tools”
2) Click on “Options”
3) Click on the “Mail Format” tab
4) Click on “Stationery and Fonts” – about half way down the “Options” dialog box
5) About half way down the “Signatures and Stationery” dialog box that appears, you will find a section called “Replying or forwarding messages”. Click on the “Font” button directly below that, and then select the font colour you would like to use.
6) Click “OK” three times to close all the boxes.
You can also change your default reply font and size using this technique
‘till next time!