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Ms Outlook mailer

After I run my cleaning programs the view in Outlook/Zoom always goes back to 200%. How do I make it stay at 100% and not go to 200%?

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Re: Ms Outlook mailer

Hi Murpeg
What is the cleaning program? name?

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How do I fix microsoft outlook 2007 .pst file corruption?

The Microsoft repair tool is the only one that works - and you have to create a new PST file, and recover items from the old one. Some items will be recovered - but I never get close to 100%....
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I would like to recommend OST2PST Set for the accessing of your ost file data to MS Outlook by converting it ost to pst. To know more about ost to pst converter application (OST Open File Tool) visit
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How do you change fontz size on dell computer

  1. Change your screen resolution.
    • 1 Right click on the desktop and choose "Properties" (XP) or "Personalize" (Vista.).
    • 2 In XP click on the "Settings tab, and in Vista click on "Display Settings."
    • 3 Adjust the resolution slider to the right or left (right will set a higher resolution, left lower resolution) and then click "Apply." The screen will change to the new resolution.
    • 4 Click "Yes" to accept the changes.
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    • 1 Alter the text size in the program you are running. Many programs have their own font-size settings that can often be altered in a view, settings or options menu.
    • 2 Look for an option to change font size or zoom. Often you can click on a "View" menu and then click "Zoom."
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    Alter your computer's DPI scale setting in Vista.
    • 1 Right click your desktop.
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    • 5 Click "Apply."
    • 6 Restart your computer.
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    • 1 Right click your desktop.
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    • 3 Click on the DPI setting you want to use in the drop-down list or select "Custom DPI Setting (other)" and enter your own number.
    • 4 Click "Apply" and restart your computer.

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You need to install Microsoft Outlook? The Email program? Thats simple, do you have the software for the program?

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Insert the disc into your optical drive (aka cd drive)
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You can also usually hold down CTRL on your keyboard and move the wheel on the mouse up or down till you get the right size.
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My MS Outlook 2003 email started reducing the font size when I forward or reply. It is only small on my screen. It is fine when received and when i go to font it shows the correct size. Help please!

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Do you have MS Office installation cd then go for recovery of Outlook.. just click on add remove program for Outlook and then click on repair and put the CD in. Hope it will work in this. 
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Save it and install it on the desktop.
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When the scan is finished, it will automatically create a log file and open it in Notepad program.
Save the log file (a text file). Most of what it lists will be harmless or essential, don't fix anything yet.
Please send the log file to me as a text attachment (its called Hijackthis.log - and located on the same place where you install Hijackthis program as above)
This will help me to locate malicious programs and other corrupt files on the PC.

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MS Outlook mailer

Are you changing it with:
Tools -> Options -> Read Tab -> Fonts
This is where the default font size is set. If you're changing it each time with the veiw menu that may be the problem.
Good luck.

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