Wednesday, June 03, 2009 – Permalink –
It's not my glasses, the print's too small!
Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen Blog "Thoughts on .Net, Web Services, and Life" had this entry about Outlook:
Changing the Font Size of the Reading Pane in Outlook: Impossible?
"Is it sadder that:I can't find a way to make the change permanent either, but:
Some users prefer the better visibility of a larger font size for reading their messages in the Reading or "preview" pane. You can make the text or font in the pane larger or smaller by using the scroll wheel on your mouse. Using the scroll wheel is the only way you can change the text size, although more options are being considered for a future version of Outlook.
Use the Reading Pane, highlighted in red, to preview your messages without having to open them. Click in the Reading Pane, press CTRL, and roll the scroll wheel. Rolling the wheel away from you makes the text bigger, rolling it towards you makes the text smaller.For information about the OL interface, see Slipstick.com.
Managing the Outlook Interface
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<Doug Klippert@ 3:21 AM
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