When typing an e-mail in Outlook Express, the font size I see is much larger then what is sent. Where do I go to set the font magnification back to 100%. I know in Outlook/new e-mail/view/ zoom you can set the magnification, but where do you do the change in Express? Thanks in advance.
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If you are working with a word processor somewhere on the
top there should be a Font catagory. It should indicate the current
type size you should be able to change by clicking a higher number like from 10 (small font) to larger a 12 or 14 larger as the number goes up.
The font size is determined by the document and the software, not the printer. If your printer is making the text a size different than that in the document, check your print settings to make sure that you have set the paper scale to something less than 100%.
What operating system? If you have Vista or Windows 7 you cannot install Outlook Express as it will not work on either. Vista has Windows Mail built in and on Windows 7 you have to download and install Windows Live Mail
or you can use Mozilla Thunderbird.
Within Yahoo your choices are limited. If you create a file with bitmapped copy of your scanned signature, it will simply be an attachment. There are a couple of approaches you could try. First, you need to set up Yahoo mail to use 'Rich Text'. The default choices of fonts within yahoo are limited, but if you go to a local rich text aware program, such as Wordpad in Windows, you can select a suitable cursive font, type your name, then copy an paste it into Yahoo mail. In limited trials, the font shows up (provided the recipient has a mail program which can diplay rich text)
For your own handwriting, you would need to check out one of the transcription services which for a fee, will give you True Type font of your handwriting.