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Outlook Replies Changing to Text

Q: Outlook Replies Changing to Text

Every time I get an email from my boss (and some others), it seems to be in HTML because it displays in Ariel or something like it. But when I Reply or Reply All, it switches to Plain Text and displays in Courier New. Since I don't want my emails to brand me as a Neanderthal, I change the email to HTML, Select All and change everything back to Ariel.

Windows XP didn't do this... any ideas?

By the way, it's Outlook 2003. In Tools|Options| Message Format HTML is my Compose in this message format.

Thanks!

Hal

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A: Outlook Replies Changing to Text

Hi, did you ever get any reply? I have the same problem with Outlook 2007.
thanks,
Cindy

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Why cant I change the font size, color or case or underline text when replying to emails in Outlook 2003? All these options are greyed out.
 

A:Formatting text in replies- Outlook 2003

You are using "plain text" mode. To change this, go to Format, then select "HTML" or "Rich Text".

To make the change "permanent" (will still default to plain text if someone sends you a message in plaintext), go to Tools/Options, then go to the Mail Format tab, and choose HTML or Rich Text from the dropdown and save settings.
 

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Hi Guys,

I'm using Outlook 2007, with Windows Vista and McAfee Security Center.

I received some replies to emails that I sent, but I am unable to see the text in the replies. I can see the original text I sent to the person (and even some older email that we've exchanged).
This only happens after I've downloaded the mails to Outlook (POP). I could see the replies just fine when they were on the web server. I could even some of the text in the little message notification things.

Unfortunately, I made the mistake of auto-deleting downloaded mails from server and is now unable to recover them (I tried to restore the affected mails to server via IMAP, but it was useless).

Now is there any way I can recover these "missing text"? I looked in the headers but could find nothing there. I've tried copying and pasting the email into Word (in all the available formats) but that was a no go either. I Googled this problem prior to posting here but could not find any answers, only preventive measures and unanswered questions.

This only happens to some random replies, even from people whose emails I've had no problems seeing before.

Thanks.
 

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Using outlook 2003. I send all my mail in HTML format and my sig includes a logo that of course will only show up when using HTML format. I would like to include my sig with the logo in forwards and replies. Is there a way that my forwards and replies could default to HTML so that the logo is visible?

Thanks for any help.
 

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We use Outlook 2007 in our office. About two weeks ago, all of the emails I have been sending to the boss have been arriving in her Inbox as Plain Text. This morning she didn't receive the new staff member's email contact info I attached to a group message...everyone else in the office received my message in HTML, with the attachment, no problem.
I did some surfing this afternoon...found suggestions to check Email Settings under Trust Centre in Outlook...not the problem. Also found some allusions to AVG being the problem, checked those settings, again...not the problem.We need to get this sorted ASAP.
Thanks very much for your help!
 

A:Solved: Outlook suddenly changing HTML to plain text

More surfing last night found this...

Open the Contacts folder in Outlook. Double-click the contact you want to change.
Double-click the contact's email address.
Uncheck "Send plain text only" in the "Internet Format" box. Press "OK."

When I got to work this morning and looked, sure enough...Send Plain Text only had somehow gotten checked. I unchecked it, sent a test message and all is good again.

Bizarre!!
 

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My Outlook is possessed! Not all the time but random times and messages, it changes the email message from html format to plain text and deactivates the links inside the message.
Does anyone have a clue why and how to fix it? Thanks! Alan
 

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When replying to emails (using WLM) the text is dark brown ... regardless of the original email.

I have the font set to Arial, 14 pt, black ... for composing emails. New emails are fine, but the text color for replies is changed.

I can change the color for 'that' reply .... but want to change it permanently.

A:How to change the text color of WLM replies

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Win7rap


When replying to emails (using WLM) the text is dark brown ... regardless of the original email.

I have the font set to Arial, 14 pt, black ... for composing emails. New emails are fine, but the text color for replies is changed.

I can change the color for 'that' reply .... but want to change it permanently.


Tools/options/compose/stationary

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Hi

Please can anyone tell me if it's possible to lodge a message on my ISP server such that if a mail is sent to the email address, containing key words, a response is automatically generated. I can of course get my machine to generate a reponse automatically if an email is sent in with certain key words in the subject line but this only operates when I'm logged in. I want it to operate, if possible, when I don't even have the machine switched on.
Thanks for any help you may be able to provide.

Jim McDonald

Am using Office XP
 

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When repling to an e-mail in outlook I want to turn off attaching the original post in my reply...Can't find that option...Help please...GG
 

A:(Solved) Outlook replies

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I have a user who likes to put the replies he makes to E-mail items into his In Box. Trouble is, when his auto-archive feature kicks in every couple of weeks, which he has set to archive items that are 6 months old or older, the Reply items do not archive. According to Microsoft, the archive feature looks at sent date, received date and modified date and uses whichever is most recent to determine what's archived. The replies this guy has are easliy old enough, but aren't getting archived. Ideas?

 

A:Outlook 97: Replies Won't Archive

His replies are in the inbox, right? Do other items autoarchive from the inbox? Also follow the instructions microsoft gives to add columns to your view to show those fields (sent date, recieved date and modified date). Are all fields for these items older than 6 months? Also try archiving the inbox manually and see if that works. The other possibility that may cause problems is if he uses a custom form for his replies.
 

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Whenever one of the users on our network replies to an email, the original message is deleted. Is there a switch to turn off this function?

Outlook 2000
NT 4.0
 

A:Outlook 2000 replies...

While in Outlook, click on Tools, Options, Preferences - Email Options. You can select " Include original text"
 

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I've moved and am having to use dial up for a couple of months. I've started using Earthlink as it was free for 6 months with my new laptop. Here's my problem...when people reply to email that I've sent them the reply tries to go to the wrong address. I've called Earthlink tech support 3 times and gotten the same response on a fix each time (make sure the reply email is configured properly) that does not work. What's happening is I put my middle initial "m" in my email address and when people reply the address is correct except it drops the "m" and they get a bounce back. When they receive an email from me it shows that it is coming from the correct address, but their reply tries to go back to the address without the "m". I'm using Outlook 2003 and I have my reply address properly configured. I'm stumped on this one. I'm doing a job hunt and it's critical that people can reply to my email.
 

A:Outlook - problem getting replies

Hi 914eener

Are you saying that you are changing your email address?
Is this address a valid address? Your ISP recognizes it?
You are using this as a Reply address?

Are you attempting to remain anonymous by using a different email address for your recipients to reply to?

Let us know.
 

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I have a user that is having a problem in Outlook 2003, and so far I've been unable to find a solution. When she replies to any message, the reply opens with a lot of space in it, and each extra line in the message has a yellow underline. Has anyone run into this before, and if so, did you find a way to fix it? Thanks!

Sue
 

A:Replies to messages in Outlook 2003

a screenshot might help us understand better...
 

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Hi everyone,

I've noticed that outlook is not always sending replies. It is intermittent and I haven't been able to notice a pattern to it. If I receive an email and reply to it most of the time the reply is mailed without any problem. But every once in a while it leaves the reply in Outbox and won't send it. I've opened the reply and hit Send. It still doesn't send it. The only thing I've noticed that is different about it is that the reply says None under the date. I have not been able to do anything to it and get it to send. My work around is to copy the reply text, delete the reply itself, reopen the original email and hit reply again and then paste my reply. Then it sends it...

Any ideas?

Using XP pro SP2 with Office 2003

Thanks tons!

Cheryl
 

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I have replied to Outlook emails that automatically changed my reply to another color. I would like to know how to do that. I am looking to send a survey to my customers, and I would like to have their responses returned to me in another color. I know it can be done because I have received emails like that myself. But I just can't figure out that action. Maybe it is in Outlook 2007. I am using 2003. Thanks!
 

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I've been using Outlook 2000 for almost 6 months, but recently (beginning of January??) have had problems reading "replies" to my messages from certain people (but not everyone). Is there some sort of compatability problem between versions of Outlook? Is it Y2K related? Is there some setting I, or other people I communicate with, should change? This is starting to drive me crazy!!!
 

A:Outlook 2000 Invisible Replies

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I have 2003 Outlook.

My default messages are in 10 font like normal (ones that come in and I read or are in my inbox). With me not editing or changing anything, I replied to someone today and the default is 12? The whole message shows up as 12, not just what I'm typing.

I tried going to Tools > Options > Mail Format > Fonts, but everything there is 10 Arial. I also checked "Always use my fonts" to try that, and it still does not work. Even though at the top when I reply, it says 10 and arial, the WHOLE email is obviously bigger and at least 12 or more.

It also is the same for a "new" email as well. I tried replying to a bunch of different emails and they all do the same. Even plain text emails are bigger, not just HTML. I also tried closing outlook and opening, and it is still the same.

Any suggestions on what has happened? I have been using this outlook for 2 years now without this happening. It is confusing due to the fact that I haven't even visited an edit function at all on this thing. The only thing I can figure is maybe some sort of hotkey combo that would have done this as to where I hit 2 buttons at once, but that seems to be a big stretch when software would change something permanently from a hotkey combo.

Any ideas?
 

A:Outlook Replies all the sudden in 12 font, not 10

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Almost invisible. This is happening with one correspondent, started about 4 months ago. Messages are in html. The reply area looks blank but if I hightlight it, I see white text on a black (highlighted ) background. If I then click elsewhere in the message (my original area, for example), the text stays visible, gray on a white background. If I minimize the message and then restore it, it's white-on-white again. Scrolling the message box has similar effect in that, once I've made it visible, some lower portion -- not aligned with the text, may cut right through a line of text -- may go invisible again, how much depending upon how quickly I scroll.

I'm uploading alt-printscreen screen shots, pasted into Photo Editor images, of a message before and after highlighting (addresses whited out except for mine).
Here is the top of the Show Source including the problem area text from that message:

<html><body><div style="color:#000; background-color:#fff; font-family:verdana, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12pt"><div style="RIGHT: auto"><SPAN style="RIGHT: auto">You're right.&nbsp; The angle is everything.&nbsp; Must say, I've never seen these before!</SPAN></div>
<div style="RIGHT: auto"><SPAN style="RIGHT: auto">Love and Happy Thanksgiving,</SPAN></div>

The writer tells me no one else has this issue with what she send.s

It does not... Read more

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When I try to reply, create a new email, or forward an email in Outlook 2007 on this new laptop I can see that the program has opened a reply etc... but this window is only visible in the task bar and does not open when clicked on. I'm using an extended display from the laptop using its external VGA monitor plug to a Dell monitor. I receive emails fine.

No other programs are having a similar problem (ie. all windows that are visible in the task bar open when clicked on).

I am beyond confused and mostly illiterate when it comes to computers. Any help is appreciated.

5 minutes later....

So after disconnecting the external monitor and opening Outlook on the laptop only, it worked fine. Then I hooked up the external monitor and dragged the Outlook window to from the external monitor to the laptop's monitor to find that the reply email window opens on the external monitor.

A:Outlook problem with new, replies, forwarding etc...

Hi, tzweck! Welcome to the Seven Forums.

It is important to remember that when you use two monitors, but, then, return to using only one, you disable the extended display option.

Right click your desktop, select "Personalize", then select "Display" (or go to the control panel and select "Display"):



Then select "Change display settings" and change your options:



Alternatively, make sure your bios and/or graphics card is set to Auto-detect your displays monitors.

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COLOR=deeppink]I cannot reply to any email messages. All recipients receive a blank page. I have tried checking "include original message" but that doesn't help.[/COLOR]
 

A:outlook 2002 blank replies

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I stumbled into creating Automatic Replies to incoming Msgs. Now I cannot find that feature and I want to delete the one I created. Where is it?

A:Managing Automatic Replies in Outlook 2010

Did you create a Rule to do this?

To get to Rules click on File > Info > Manage Rules and Alerts

If it's a Rule you can delete it there.

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I am having a very strange and extremely frustrating problem. I have one user that cannot access the Automatic Replies in Outlook 2010. When she tries to access it, she receives the following error:

Your automatic reply settings cannot be displayed because the server is currently unavailable. Try again later.

I had another user logon to her computer, and the Automatic Replies worked for him. I also had the original user logon to another computer, and it worked for her on the other computer. So the problem occurs only when she logs onto her computer. These are the things I have tried so far:

Removed her Outlook profile and created a new one
Removed her account on the computer (not her network account), and created a new one
Removed the checkbox to use Cached Mode
Manually set the configuations (username, password, server name)
Repair Outlook

None of the above worked. Also, she was able to use the Out of Office Assistant in Outlook 2003 before being upgraded to Outlook 2010. She is using Windows XP and connects to Exchange Server 2010. Does anyone have any other idea as to what I should try next? Tomorrow I will try removing Outlook and re-installing it if there are no other suggestions. I've been hesitant to do this so far since she uses a Blackberry which synchs with Outlook and it has been difficult to get the synching to work. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
 

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Hi All,

When in a folder in outlook and i reply to a message it stays in that folder. I am looking for all replies to go into my sent items folder. Does anyone know if this is possible?

Thanks in advance,
Ed
 

A:Solved: Outlook - replies not going to sent items folder

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Hi,

I want to create rules within outlook 2007 so that if certain emails come through Outlook will send an automated reply. I know how to create templates and set rules but what I am concerned about is for example someone asking a question which one of my set rules will answer but the recipient may want to reply to this automatic reply for further information. How can I be sure the recipient won't keep getting automated replies if they reply to an Automated reply because the rule keeps picking it up?
Basically I receive hundreds (literally) of emails every day and at least half of them do not need me to manually reply to them as currently I have saved drafts answering common questions. I simply cut and paste these drafts into my replies so I don't have to waste time answering the same question but I would prefer automated rules to do this so that I don't even need to cut and paste. Although cut and paste works fine it is time consuming due to the amount of emails I receive.
One thing I would like to know is can you set Outlook to also move the email that has just been autmatically replied to to a specific folder?

Any help would be very much appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Help with Automatic replies with Outlook 2007

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Our small office network is using Outlook 2000 for e-mail.
Each of 5 PCs has a standalone version of Outlook 2000 installed (as part of the Office 2000 suite).
Only the boss's PC has internet access. Other PCs can draft messages and save in a shared PST file used as a communal outbox and the boss (me) can then drag those e-mails into his personal Outbox for sending under the cover of his internet e-mail identity by opening the e-mail found in the shared outbox and clicking "Send" again under his e-mail identity, which sends it to his personal Outbox, ready for Send-And-Receive.
The system functions OK for our purposes (and avoids the expense of multi-licence software) but the main problem is that the boss's PC only allows copies of Sent messages to be saved in his Personal Folder's Sent Items folder.
What we want is for a copy of the sent message to be saved in the shared PST folder where the original message (that is being replied to) is filed.
We have set up a number of shared .PST files stored in our Shared Documents folder. In these shared .PST folders we store e-mails from clients so that any PC workstation can open and read - and reply to - e-mail messages stored in the shared .PST folders.
We want the system to work such that when any workstation clicks "Reply" to any message stored in a shared .PST folder, a copy of the reply (either as "sent" by that workstation to the shared outbox for the boss's attention, or as &qu... Read more

A:Outlook 2000 - How to save replies in PST folders?

So you're using the same version of office on all the computers? Are they all using the same license number?
 

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i am working in outlook; replies and forwards will not leave my outbox. original sends go out properly. any suggestions?
 

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I have multiple pop3 accounts that I use. When a email comes in that I want to reply to, Outlook selects my default account to send the reply, so I have to remember to manually change the send from account to my selection, if it isn't the default. One would think that the reply should, by default, come from the account that received the message. Does anyone know of a way to force Outlook to perfom that behavior?
 

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Hi,

One my customers is a law office with 5 Conference Rooms that were created as Resources on Exchange 2010 and I have a problem with meeting invite replies.

Here's what happens. User 1 creates a meeting in a conference room and invites User 2. User 2 sees the meeting request in Outlook, accepts the scheduled meeting and a reply to the invite is sent not only back to the scheduler, User 1, but to every mailbox (address) on the exchange server.

This issue happens with all 5 Conference Rooms. Those resources were created previously by a different MSP.

I created a 6th Conference Room using the wizard, not copied from an existing resource, to test. For the test, I scheduled a meeting as the administrator and invited a test account address. Then I logged in with the test account, opened Outlook, accepted the meeting, the To: name displayed only the administrator, however the entire domain, about 100 users, received the acceptance reply.

I've been searching for a resolution for quite sometime and also appealed to TechNet and have found nothing remotely related to this issue and sure could use some advice on this problem.

Thanks,
 

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Running Outlook 2003. I have Outlook configured so that when I reply, the letter I'm replying to is copied to the bottom of my reply. Starting about 2 weeks ago I noticed that whenever I replied to an email, the header from the letter I'm replying to appeared just below my signature, as it should, but the body of that email dropped down a LONG ways (I'd say at least 30 lines, maybe more) from that header. Any idea how to fix?

Thanks in advance for any help or advice.

Thanks,
John
 

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I have outlook 2003 on my work computer and two home computers. Usually, when I reply to an email or try to forward an email, it just sits in the outbox. I try manual send/receive and it won't go. Sometimes, if I shut down Outlook and restart it, it'll send them but usually it never sends them, I have to copy/paste everything into a "new" email, then it will send it. Any ideas???
 

A:Outlook 2003 won't send out replies or forwards

After waiting a few minutes for it send, do you notice a yellow exclamation icon in the bottom right of the window, if so could you double-click it and see if there are any error messages.
 

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Hi there,

I have an ongoing issue with Outlook replies and forwards, and i can't find the solution anywhere so here's hoping.

When a user replies or forwards a HTML email, and they edit the body of the original email, Outlook enters a space before and after the edit point. For example in the following line "This is an example" If the user attempted to add the letter 't' after the 'an', the line would alter to this - "This is an t example" (a space added before and after the 't'). Subsequent writing would be normal and no extra spaces appear.

We use Word as the email editor. This does not occur if the user is composing a new email, and doesnt occur if I change the format to rich text or plain. We run thin-clients accessing Outlook 2003 and an Exchange 2003 back end. I have seen several other problems like this but no-one has a an answer yet. I would guess that a HTML tag is adding the spaces (perhaps a &nbsp tag??) somewhere in the body, but i need to find a character scanner that will pick up something like that, as dumping into notepad is no help..

Thanks for any light which can be pointed my way on this!
 

A:Outlook 2003 - additional spaces in replies/forwards

There is no answer to my knowledge.
 

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I am running Outlook 2003 SP1 connected to a corporate Microsoft Exchange Server. I am trying to customize my Out of Office auto replies so that e-mails from a specific domain (mycustomers.com) get one message, e-mails from my coworkeres (mycompany.com) get another and all other senders get nothing. I need this to run from the server as I cannot leave my Outlook running while out of the office.
 

A:Outlook 2003 Customizing Out of Office Auto Replies

If you use rules you can set up as many as you like using different massages for Out of Office.
 

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On my side I have Outlook setup to spell check. I notice that on replies to others, spell check doesn't seem to work. Sometimes some of the icons,on the reply at the top, are greyed out and can't be used.

Any thoughts?
 

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Hi,

In my company we use Outlook 2007, we have a long company footer (legal jargon and disclaimer ect.) which appears if we send an email to an external recipient. The problem is that when they reply it is at the bottom of the message, therefore when we print an email we waste paper by printing this out.

Is there a way to filter the recieved messages so it picks this specific string and removes it from the original message, so it does not appear. Therefore does not print.

Any help would be much appreciated

Leon
 

A:Outlook 2007 - filtering out company header on replies.

Hi Leon, welcome to TSG.

How do the legal disclaimers get added to your emails? Are they in each person's signature, or are they added at the server level? If it's at the server level, your server admin may have some ideas on to stop it from printing.

As a workaround in the meantime, you can open the email and then hit "forward" and delete the disclaimer from the bottom and then print. It's not elegant, but it does save paper. Out of curiosity, is there a reason that the emails need to be printed? Just wondering because I can't remember the last time I printed an email and I was wondering whether you had a legal requirement to print and retain them.
 

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Hi there,

My work-mates PC has a very unusual problem.

When using Microsoft Outlook, sometimes (not always) when he replies to an email, it automatically attaches a file containing what appears to be his Temporary Internet Files. It does not specify what type of file it's actually sending, but right-clicking it and selecting "Open" opens up This Folder:

C:\DOCUME~1\graphix\LOCALS~1\Temp

Details: Win XP Pro SP3, Microsoft Outlook 2002, Avast Anti-Virus.
 

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bump. Anyone plz help?
 

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A couple of weeks ago we started to have a problem where our Meeting Request replies are sending to the organizer's Microsoft Exchange account rather than their POP3 account. We then get an error back saying that the message could not be sent (to the meeting orgranizer) because the address had permanent fatal errors. Background information on our configuration: Everyone in our office has a POP3 e-mail account and it is set as the default account in our Microsoft Outlook 2007 clients. We also have a Microsoft Exchange server, but we are currently only using it to backup our .ost files. So, our Exchange accounts are the second in the list (under our POP3 accounts) in our clients. I have confirmed (by clicking on the Account button in unsent meeting requests) that our requests are going out via the POP3 e-mail account of the meeting organizers. This setup has worked great for the last 18 months, but we suddenly started having this problem around mid April.
 

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I just started using Outlook 2010 (using Windows XP on my Acer Notebook) and it worked fine for a few days but then, as I was typing a reply to an e-mail, the letters got as small as a pin head. Both the original e-mail font and my reply are so small I can barely see them. My original e-mails were working fine until a couple days later and they started doing the same thing. The letters are the size of a period. I have read other questions and answers regarding this issue so I went into Format Text, as they said to do, but I can not find a way to enlarge the text to 100%. I can change the font and size in the box in my replies and new e-mails but as soon as I do and go back to typing my e-mail the font and font size boxes go blank and the letters are extremely small. If this helps, Outlook works fine on my Dell computer. I am a computer illiterate so this may be an easy fix (I hope so) but I haven't been able to find the fix. Thank you so much for this service. It is a blessing for those of us who have no where else to turn with problems!
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2010 font in New e-mails and Replies are as small as a pin head

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Email received via an exchange server. Recently upgraded from Office 2003 to 2007. I've set up multiple personal folders to store emails by client and/or subject. Since the upgrade to 2007, replies to messages from personal folders are not saved in the folder where the original message resides. I've checked the settings and they are set correctly. (Tools -> Options -> Preferences tab -> Email Options -> Advanced Email Options: "In folders other than Inbox, save replies with original messages" is checked. This is a productivity killer, having to manually refile all my replies.
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2007 doesn't save replies in originating folder

Could be a setting on the exchange server that is stopping this. Check with your exchange support.
 

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I am going to be out of the office for a few days and would like to set my email account to auto reply that I am out of the office to any emails I get.
How can I set this up?
I am using Outlook Express 6.00 and I am on a network.
Thank You
 

A:Setting Outlook Express for "out of office" auto replies

To my knowledge, this feature is not available in Outlook Express. If it were, you would have to leave your machine online while you were gone.
 

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A:Text size keeps changing.!!!

if you use a scrollwheel mouse it can easely happen, if you hold the Ctrl key and use the scrollwheel at the same time the textsize will change
 

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A:Changing color of text

You mean you have a website and you want different colors for the fonts?
Or you mean you want to view the websites in whatever browser you use - that you didn't tell us - to have different color fonts? Or what?

sekirt
 

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What do you mean by Text description?

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I used to use an HTML editor that asked me once whether i want it to display page source codes with IE or not. I clicked "yes" , then after some time i decided to just keep using notepad , but i couldn't do it through the editor.

Is there a way i can change it back to notepad in IE or the registrey?
Thanks for your time
 

A:Changing the text editor associated with IE?

Try Tools/Internet Options/Programs tab.
 

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Windows 7 64-bit
I can adjust the display so it's large enough to read everything but the text. For instance, now have it set at 150% of normal and the title of this post is large but what I'm typing now is so small it's barely readable. MUCH smaller than 10-point.

There is a way to customize the display, but anything more than 150% is so large it overflows my wide-screen monitor. Surely there must be a choice between way too large and way too small, but I can't find it.

A message on my screen now says to run TSG Sysinfo, for information helpful in solving this problem. Last time I downloaded something similar, here, I ended up with a $40 Uniblue program on my computer that I had to fight like crazy to stop invading my world. I never got my money back, either. It would help to know what "TSG Sysinfo" is, before I commit to running it.

Thanks,
Bahb
 

A:Changing Text size

You try adjusting the resolution or zooming in or our in your web browser.
 

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In Microsoft Word 2003 I made a document with text boxes in it. I typed text into the boxes. I then changed the font of that text. When I was done I saved the document. When I opened the document again, the text had changed to another font. I tried deleting the text box, adding a text box again, typing the text in at the correct font to begin with, and saving the document. After I saved, closed, and reopened the document, the font had reverted back to another font again.
 

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While working in Word 2003, my text is often corrected. The problem is the corrections made aren't necessary. What is causing this and what do I need to turn off?
 

A:Word keeps changing my text

I'm in linux, and can't do the procedure, but this should work.
 

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