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How to change email default font settings and theme in Outlook?

When you have outlook installed, outlook default font and theme were automatically used during you creating, replying to or forwarding an email message. If you don’t like the default styles, you can change them to your favorite types. The following article shows you an easy way of changing email default font settings and theme in Outlook.

Change email default font settings and theme in Outlook

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arrow blue right bubble Change email default font settings and theme in Outlook

1. Click File > Options. See screenshot:

2. In Outlook Options dialog, click Mail > Stationary and Fonts.

3. In Signatures and Stationary dialog, under Personal Stationary section, click Theme or Font to choose your ideal style, and finally click OK button to close the dialog.

4. It turns to the previous window, then close OK to finish the setting.


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    JamesF · 3 years ago
    Is there anyway to edit a theme rather than just applying the ones Microsoft developed 'as is'?