Microsoft Outlook – changing default font for e-mails

Many companies have a specific font that they want people to use for sending out e-mails. To change the default font for your e-mails in Microsoft Outlook, click File – Options. Click Mail to display the mail options. Click Stationery and Fonts to open the Signatures and Stationery dialog box.

Outlook Signatures and Stationery dialog box

In the New mail messages section, click Font. The Font dialog box will be displayed. Choose your desired Font and Size then click OK. If required, do similarly for Replying or forwarding messages.

Click OK.

For any subsequent new e-mails and/or for replies to e-mails, your chosen font and size will automatically be used.

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