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    how do I get and add new fonts for my yahoo mail

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Unless you have Mailplus, the only way to do it is to use the "view" option at the top of your screen.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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To make Windows Mail or Outlook Express use larger or different fonts for message lists and other interface elements:

  • Select Control Panel from the Windows Start menu.
  • In Windows Vista:
    • Make sure Control Panel Home is highlighted.
    • Click Customize colors under Appearance and Personalization.
    • Follow the Open classic appearance properties for more color options link.
  • In Windows XP:
    • Go to Appearance and Themes if available.
    • Click or double-click Display.
    • Go to the Appearance tab.
    • Click Advanced.
  • Select Icon from the Item: drop-down menu.
  • Choose the desired Font:, Size: and attributes.
  • Click OK.
  • The Icon font is used for the list of folders and messages as well as toolbar icon text in Windows Mail or Outlook Express.
  • Click OK.
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    2. To change the font settings for e-mail messages, click the Mail tab, and then click Font Settings.
    3. Change the appropriate font settings, and then click OK.
    4. To change the font settings for newsgroup messages, click the News tab, and then click Font Settings.
    5. Change the appropriate font settings, click OK, and then click OK.

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    1. In Outlook Express, click Options on the Tools menu.
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    3. Change the appropriate font settings, and then click OK.
    4. To change the font settings for newsgroup messages, click the News tab, and then click Font Settings.
    5. Change the appropriate font settings, click OK, and then click OK.


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    LOL, no wonder. Are they still around? They've been bought and sold so much that I thought they were completely stripped.

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    Yahoo! Messenger allows you to personalize your font settings by changing the default font and color for text that appears in your instant messages.
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    2. Under Category, click Appearance. The Appearance options will display at the right.
    3. Click Change Fonts & Colors. The Message Text Style window will open.
    4. Change the settings for the font, font style, font size, and font color.
    5. Once you have them the way you like, click Use Default, to set them as your default font settings. (Click Cancel if you don't want to use these settings.)
    6. Click OK. You'll be returned to the Yahoo! Messenger Preferences window.
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    Yahoo! Mail remembers the stationery you had last applied so you'll see the same one even if you log in after a few days - no need to waste time hunting for your favorite stationery! Also you can change the email stationery any time; at the start of new email message or when you have fully composed it. All you need to do it click on another layout and it will be applied instantly. However, please remember that different Yahoo mail stationery have different font style, colors and indentation.
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    Change font sze of incoming mail on aol


    To make Windows Mail or Outlook Express use larger or different fonts for message lists and other interface elements:

  • Select Control Panel from the Windows Start menu.
  • In Windows Vista:
    • Make sure Control Panel Home is highlighted.
    • Click Customize colors under Appearance and Personalization.
    • Follow the Open classic appearance properties for more color options link.
  • In Windows XP:
    • Go to Appearance and Themes if available.
    • Click or double-click Display.
    • Go to the Appearance tab.
    • Click Advanced.
  • Select Icon from the Item: drop-down menu.
  • Choose the desired Font:, Size: and attributes.
  • Click OK.
  • The Icon font is used for the list of folders and messages as well as toolbar icon text in Windows Mail or Outlook Express.
  • Click OK.
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