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PLEASE GO INTO YOUR TOOLS MENU, YOU WILL FIND AN AREA LISTED AS APPEARANCE (OR SIMILAR ) CLICK ON THIS HEADING
LOOK FOR OPTIONS CLICK HERE AND YOU ARE THERE.

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When I reply to an e-mail on OUtlook 2010, the font size is very small - and I cannot read the original or what I am typing. Any ideas on how to restore the normal size


Having trouble seeing that small default font of Microsoft Outlook emails? There are three ways of making Outlook email text bigger.
The first includes increasing the text size of the outgoing email messages.
The second includes increasing the text size of messages that are replied to or forwarded.
The last includes making all the text of incoming emails larger as well.

Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.
Find the Personal Stationary tab, then find and click the Font button located under the New Mail Messages heading.
On the Font tab that appears, there will be a variety of options including changing the type of font, style, size and color.


Find the drop-down menu that is under the Size heading and select a bigger number.
Click OK and the new setting will take place the next time a message is composed.

Replies or Forwarded Mail
Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.

Find the Personal Stationary tab, then click the Font button that is located under the Replying or Forwarding Messages heading.
Find the drop-down menu that is under the Size heading and select a bigger number.
Click OK and the new settings will take place the next time a message is replied to or forwarded.

Incoming Email Messages
Go to the Tools menu and select Options.
Click the Mail Formats tab and then click Stationary and Fonts.

Look for the Display Font heading on the Personal Stationary tab and increase the size the size of the font by selecting a larger number.
This will increase the text size for all plain text incoming email.
However, it will not increase the text size of incoming HTML emails.

Set the option to read all incoming email as plain text if it is necessary to increase the text size of all incoming emails.
To do this, go to Tools, then click on Options, then look for the button that says Email Options and click Read all Standard Mail as Plain Text.

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May 11, 2013 | Microsoft Outlook 2010

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how to restore my folder option? please help me to restore my folder option


Go start, control panel, and then to the appearance and themes settings. Click on that and the menu below opens. If yours looks a bit different, it is just a matter of themes or Windows version.

After you click appearance and themes, go to folder options listed at the bottom where there is a folder with checks on it.

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Dec 23, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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when downloading from the internet i get a message saying your java is not switched on.where in my menu set up can i activate it


Internet Explorer 8 Windows
  1. Click "Tools" in the menu bar, and then select "Internet Options".
  2. Click the "Security" tab. For the Internet zone, be sure that the Security level is set to "Medium" or below. (If you have chosen to customize your security settings for the Internet zone, be sure that under the Java heading, "Java permissions" is not set to "Disable Java." You will want to select one of the three safety levels instead. Also be sure that under the Scripting heading, "Scripting of Java Applets" is set to "Enable" or "Prompt.")
  3. Next, click the "Advanced" tab.
  4. Scroll down until you see the sub heading "Java"
  5. Check the boxes next to "Java JRE"
Firefox 3.5 for Windows
  1. Click "Tools" in the menu bar, and then select "Options".
  2. Click on "Content".
  3. Put checks in the boxes next to "Enable Java" and "Enable Javascript".

Dec 09, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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adding color to start menu


Right click on an empty area of your desktop and select "Personalize"
Choose "Window Color and appearance"
Then open "Open classic appearance properties for more options"
From there you have all kind of choices to customize your PC.
Good luck!

Mar 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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java script


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To turn on JavaScript within Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher:

* Open Internet Explorer
* Click on the "Tools" menu
* Under Tools, click on "Internet Options..."
* Within Internet Options, click on the "Advanced" tab
* Scroll down until you see the "Microsoft VM" heading
* Under Microsoft VM, "JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled" MUST BE CHECKED.
If it is not already selected, click on the box next to the JIT compiler option.
Click "OK" and then restart your computer before using Internet Explorer to come back to this Web site.
* NOTE: Some newer versions of Internet Explorer may not have "Microsoft VM" heading. If this is the case, then javascript may be enabled by default via another method. If you do not see the "Microsoft VM" heading and you are still having difficulty accessing other pages within this site, please call the Web Testing Helpline at (814) 865-8270 or email l-ftcap-tech@lists.psu.edu for further assistance.

Netscape Communicator 5.0 or higher:

* Open Netscape Communicator
* Click on the "Edit" menu
* Under Edit, click on "Preferences......"
* Within Preferences, click on the "Advanced" category on the left.
* When you click on Advanced, options will appear on the right.
"Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" (or "Enable native object scripting") MUST BOTH BE CHECKED.
* If they are not already selected, click on the boxes next to the "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" options. Click "OK" and then restart your computer before using Netscape Communicator to come back to this Web site.

Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4 or higher:

* Open Mozilla Firefox
* Click on the "Tools" menu
* Under Tools, Click "Options"
* Within Options, click the "Web Features" or "Content" tab
* Make sure "Enable Javascript" is checked
* If it is not already checked, put a check in the check box and click "OK." Then restart your computer before using Mozilla Firefox to come back to this Web site.

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