First I'd ask if this situation only happens in Outlook or if Fonts appear
larger in other applications. If someone set the Font size in windows to be
larger then it would look bigger to your user but not the people recieving
it. Font size is set in the display properties. Also when you're drafting a
Text only message the size that it shows in the message window is not
relevelant since there is not formating.
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"Maureen" wrote in message
> We are using Outlook 2002, with HTML message format, and using Word to
> email messages. All 20 staff members have Outlook configured that way,
> one person's new messages show the message body text (and signature) much
> larger than they should be. When she replies to an email, she has the
> problem. When she sends the email, the receiver sees the text the correct
> size. I've checked font size and run detect and repair and I can't solve
> problem. She noticed the change the morning after an automatic Windows
> update was installed on her computer. Has anyone run into this problem?