Font trouble in Outlook Express

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by MacGraw, Aug 5, 2005.

  1. MacGraw

    MacGraw Guest

    I have WinXP with all of the updates and I use Outlook Express for e-mail. I
    have it set to use Souvenir font. Sometimes my whole letter will be in Time
    Roman and not in Souvenir font. I would understand the appearance of Times
    Roman in a situation when I am replying to a letter written in TR or when I
    paste in something that is in Times.Sometimes I may start out in Souvenir
    and in the middle of a word or sentence the typing will suddenly appear in
    TR. Then it may change back to my chosen font. What is going on here? Can
    someone help? Not a life changing situation, but a very annoying one.I have
    examined all of my settings. This is a fairly new problem.
     
    MacGraw, Aug 5, 2005
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