Question about Microsoft Outlook Express
Check the font being called by OE6. You can do this by opening Outlook Express. Click on Tools => Options => Compose. Make sure the font and size are something your computer uses. Personally, I use ARIAL at 11 point. You might also check to make sure a stationery design isn't set for OE6. That setting is under the same tab as the fonts.
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