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Us old people don't see so well. Most every email I have to open zoom and click on 200% so I can read the email.



Is there a way to set 200% as a default, not only for open emails, but everything in Outlook?

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Us old people don't see so well. Most every email I have to open zoom and click on 200% so I can read the email.

Is there a way to set 200% as a default, not only for open emails, but everything in Outlook?

Thanks.
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