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Old 10-28-2009, 05:15 PM
pegloek pegloek is offline Font Size When Forwarding an email Windows Vista Font Size When Forwarding an email Office 2007
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When I reply or forward an email, after hitting forward or reply, the print in the body of the email shrinks to microscopic size. The recipient sees in in calibri 11. How do I get my view to appear normal size after pressing reply or forward?

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Neetjean Neetjean is offline Font Size When Forwarding an email Windows XP Font Size When Forwarding an email Office 2007
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I had the same problem. On the forwarded or email reply, choose the Format Font button and then zoom. You will see that the % magnification is 50 or less. Just change it to 100% and it will fix everything going forward. Seems silly but it works.
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