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Windows 7: WM in Win7


28 Feb 2010   #1

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WM in Win7

Hello, I'm using WM in Windows 7. I tried WLM but didn't like it. I love to use the many stationeries I created using OE. My problem is I cannot change some fonts or ANY font size in WM and that's using just a plain "compose" email? If I set it for Verdana 10pt it rolls right back to 12pt but either comes out too big or too small for the receiver of the email? My display settings are 1028 x 768 and in personalization I set it for smaller. I'm still using my old Dell Monitor which I will replace soon for a new, larger one. Is this a problem because of my monitor? In OE, I could change the font and size to my hearts content but I'm not able to do that with Windows Mail? Any help or suggestions would be wonderful and if this is the wrong forum to address this question, let me know and I'll repost. Oh, one more thing, this is a brand new computer that my son built for me with all of the latest and greatest stuff in it...Thanks so much!
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28 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hi.

Try and run it in compatibility mode
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28 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7
 
 
WM in Win7

Yes, compatibility was greyed out...I did forget to mention that I'm running Windows Home Premium, 64 Bit. I guess that means I will never be able to change font sizes in WM? What a shame, as the program is so similar to OE. *Sigh*
Thank you for the quick reply!
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01 Mar 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ikester2u View Post
Yes, compatibility was greyed out
Just to make sure, you did tick the little check box didn't you?


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