Method to Change the Default Font and Size in Outlook

Introducing Outlook is simple. When you open it up out of the blue the program utilizes default settings for generally everything. The default text style settings will have the textual style set to Calibri or Arial, and furthermore set to small (11pt). On the off chance that this isn’t some tea, at that point don’t stress: Outlook enables you to change the default text style settings anyway you like.

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Change Font Settings in Outlook 2010, 2013, and 2016

Redoing the textual style and the text dimension in Outlook is done in a couple of straightforward advances.

Create Messages Options Fonts Outlook

Tap on File in Outlook

Select Options

At that point go to Mail

Snap where the Stationery and Fonts catch under Compose Messages

Explore to the Personal Stationery tab

From here, you can change the textual style, shading and style of new messages and additionally answers and advances. On the off chance that you’d jump at the chance to utilize a pre-characterized subject from Outlook there are a few choices to look over.

Utilizing topics:

Select Theme in Outlook

Tap on Theme…

Pick your most loved topic from the Choose a Theme list

On the off chance that you would prefer not to utilize a topic, ensure that (No Theme) is featured

Presently tap on OK

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You can likewise change the particular textual style settings you need Outlook to utilize, regardless of whether you have a topic connected:

Standpoint change textual styles

Under Theme or Stationery for new HTML email message ensure you select Use my textual style when answering and sending messages or Always utilize my textual styles under the Font dropdown menu.

Presently tap the Font catch under New mail messages, Replying or sending messages and Composing and perusing plain instant messages. You can pick whichever textual style and size you might want to utilize, and it ought not be influenced by the subject you’ve picked.

Click on OK

Changing Font Settings in Outlook 2003 or 2007

In the event that you are as yet utilizing Outlook 2003 or 2007, at that point your means are somewhat extraordinary to change the default settings.

Go to Select Tools > Options

At that point go to Mail Format

Snap Fonts

Presently under New mail messages, Replying or sending messages and Composing and perusing plain instant messages tap on the Font catch and pick your coveted textual styles for each. You can pick the textual style, the size and the style you’d jump at the chance to use in Outlook.

Snap OK

Presently regardless of which rendition of Outlook you are utilizing, you will have the capacity to redo the default text styles you are utilizing. Make Outlook totally your own.

Outlook for iOS and Android is adding your most requested calendar features

Whether you’re planning your next dinner date or an upcoming meeting with teammates, the Outlook app is there to help you manage and make the most of your day. Today, we are adding several of your most highly requested calendaring features, including the ability to sync your shared calendars to your phone and manage and RSVP to recurring events.

A big part of our prioritization of new features and enhancements comes from the votes and feedback we receive from you on Outlook UserVoice. We thank you all for your feedback and are excited to hear what you think of our new additions!

Here’s a look at what’s new:

Sync shared calendars to Outlook

You will now be able to view and edit shared Office 365 or Outlook.com calendars, just like you can with your own calendars. Better yet, you can also share your own calendars with others and accept sharing invitations easily right from the app.

If you don’t see your shared calendars right now, don’t worry. We are in the process of upgrading existing shared calendars so that they start syncing to Outlook. However, if you just can’t wait and want the new experience immediately, simply re-accept the sharing invitation from Outlook on iOS or Android. Once you do this, your shared calendar will appear. If you cannot find the original calendar sharing invitation, ask the calendar owner to re-share and accept the new invite from Outlook. And voila!

Manage delegate calendars on the go

For those of you who manage someone else’s calendar at work, you’ll now be able to do this from the palm of your hand. Manage your delegates, accept a delegation request, and fully view and edit the delegated calendar all from Outlook on iOS or Android. And when you receive meeting invitations and responses, we will more clearly indicate if they are for your or your manager’s calendar, so you don’t get them confused.

Get your Meetups added directly to your calendar

Following up on our launch of Facebook and Evernote in Outlook on iOS and Android this year, we are releasing support for Meetup—a new Calendar app in Outlook. Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. Now, when you connect your Meetup account to Outlook, you can see your upcoming Meetups directly on your calendar.

Managing your events is even easier

We are bringing the best of what Outlook has to offer on the web and desktop to your phone, so you can make the most of your busy day while on the go.

These updates are available for both iOS and Android:

  • Create events with daily, weekly, monthly or yearly recurrences.
  • RSVP to a single occurrence of a recurring event series (e.g. decline one instance without removing the entire series from your calendar).
  • See your coworkers’ availability when scheduling meetings (available previously on iOS, now available on Android).

These features are now available on iOS, coming soon to Android:

  • Add a message when responding to a meeting invite (e.g. explain why you are declining a meeting invitation.)
  • Set an event as private, to keep the details to yourself when sharing your calendar.
  • Mark your calendar events as Busy, Free, Out of Office, or Tentative.

And there’s even more to come!

Let us know what you think of our new calendar features! If you have other ideas for what would make the calendar experience even better for you, let us know on UserVoice right from Outlook by going to Settings > Help & Feedback > Suggest a Feature.