How to change the default font in Outlook to the one you prefer

The default font for Microsoft Outlook is Calibri 11 point black. Used in emails, calendars, invitations, and more.
You can easily change the fonts in Outlook if the default font is not your favorite.
The same steps to change fonts can be used for the latest versions of Outlook, including Outlook 2019, Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, and Outlook for Office 365.
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Everyone has different preferences for fonts. If you are tired of the default Outlook font, for example it is too small for your taste, you can change the font to your preferred font to make your experience more enjoyable.

Here’s how to change the font in Outlook.

You can change the font within the body of an email simply by clicking on the named font in the upper left of the email window and choosing a different one from the drop-down menu or by typing a font name.
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How to change your font in Outlook
1) Open Outlook and log in if necessary, then select the “File” tab in the upper left corner.

2) Click “Options” in the left menu on the next page.

3) In the pop-up window, click on “Mail” at the top of the left menu.

4) Click on the button that says “Signature and Stationery” on the right side of the new pop-up window.

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Make sure to set the desired font for new ones and to “Reply or forward messages.”
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5) Click on “Font” under “New Emails” and then select the chosen font, its size and then press “OK”.

6) Repeat the process in “Writing and reading plain text messages”.

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