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How to change calendar appointment font in Outlook?

When navigating to the Calendar view in Outlook, you can see the calendar items display on the calendar view as below screenshot shows.

If you think the calendar font is not suitable for you, you can change it to meet your needs. In this tutorial, you will learn how to change calendar appointment font in Outlook.

Change calendar appointment font in Outlook 2013

Change calendar appointment font in Outlook 2010 and 2007

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arrow blue right bubbleChange calendar appointment font in Outlook 2013

In Outlook 2013, you can do as follows to change the calendar appointments font.

1. Get into the Calendar view by clicking Calendar in the Navigation pane.

2. Display the calendar in any view you like such as Month or Day view.

3. Right click on a blank place of the calendar, then click View Settings in the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

4. In the Advanced View Settings: Calendar dialog box, please click the Other Settings button.

5. In the Format Calendar dialog box, click the Font button in the Calendar Appointments section.

6. Then the Font dialog box pops up. Please specify the Font, Font style and the Size, and then click the OK button. See screenshot:

7. Then it returns to the previous dialog boxes, please click the OK buttons to finish the setting.

Then you will see the font of the calendar appointments are changed.

Notes:

1. Besides the Appointments font have been changed, all calendar items font such as meetings, events are all changed automatically in Outlook 2013, and this setting is applied to all calendars in your Outlook.

2. The new font you have specified will be applied in all calendar views which include the Month, Day and the Week views.


arrow blue right bubbleChange calendar appointment font in Outlook 2010 and 2007

If you are using Outlook 2010 and 2007, you need to do as follows.

1. Get into the Calendar view by clicking Calendar in the Navigation pane.

2. Display the calendar in any view you like such as Month or Day view.

3. Right click on a blank place of the calendar, then click View Settings or Customize Current View in the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

4. In the Advanced View Settings: Calendar or Customize View: Day/Week/Month dialog box, please click the Other Settings button.

5. Then a Format Day/Week/Month View dialog box pops up. In this dialog, you can do as follows.

1). If you want to change the appointments font in the Month view, please click the Font button in the Month section to specify the Font, Font style and the Size.

2). If you want to change the appointments font in the Day and Week views, please click the Font button in the Day and Week section to specify the Font, Font style and the Size.

3). If you want to change the appointments font to all calendar views at once, please operate the above method 1) and 2) together.

6. Then click all OK buttons to close the dialog boxes.

Then you will see the calendar font changed immediately.

Notes:

1. Besides the Appointments font have been changed, all calendar items font such as meetings, events are all changed automatically in Outlook, and this setting is applied to all calendars in your Outlook.

2. Different with Outlook 2013, after changing the font of calendar appointment, the whole calendar is changed together to the font you specified, such as the day number and so on. See screenshot:


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so what was the solution???
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In the Calendar; How do you change the Font Size in the notes section below Subject, location, Start, End time? The font size in this area is way to small and needs to be adjusted.
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How do you change the color of font in the body of the calendar appointment? In 2010 Outlook version it keeps defaulting back to white no matter what we do and we can not get it stay even when we pick automatic on the black option. p.s. this is a group shared calendar
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Not true, sorry. I have set a non-bold font, but all appointments appear in bold font in my calendar. Please help me to make the font regular again, just on my screen. It is very disturbing to have some appointments in bold font, and some in regular font. I have been searching how to change this for quiet some time now, so I hope someone can help me. Please. I have Office 2016/365.
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This was very helpful thanks! While I was able to change it on the screen, when I print out the calendar monthly or weekly vs. there must be a default as the appt time/info does not print out in the selected font. I'm fine w/the monthy view printing as is but the weekly view I really would like to see the appt time/into larger. I'd like to use this as our family calendar for everyone to see but font prints too small. Thanks. FYI, I have Outlook 2010.
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M Davis, same problem .. Nothing seems to change the font print size. I'm trying to increase font size when I print the day view
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Had the same problem Button26 Make your individual calendar appointment as big as the screen. Go to the meeting tab A sub-tab should show that says "Zoom" with the magnifying glass. (probably all the way to the left) Click on this and reset to 100%
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Thanks Steve Z. I did as you suggested, but in Outlook 2007 you do open the individual calendar appointment to full screen, but then you go to Format Tex (not Meeting Tab) and then all the way to the right is the Zoom tab - just change it to 100%. It worked! So Button26 you can do this as well.
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Where is the 'meeting tab' located? I only have File, Event, Insert, Format Text, and Review tabs.
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This was very helpful but my problem is also that the font within an individual calendar appointment (the reading pane) is presenting tiny unreadable print as a default and I want to increase the size.
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This is also my issue. Any fixes?
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Same problem. I can adjust the font that identifies the meeting in the title but not the area beneath the date, start finish, etc. The current font setting is miniscule and not easily read.
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