The resolution you described below does not work for HTML email.
Since I place my screen 5 feet away from me, I bought a large screen and
personalized the text size. Nevertheless, the text size of HTML messages in
Windows Live Mail is very small even when you select "Largest" for the text
size in WLM.
I did not have this problem with Outlook Express or Office Outlook in
The text size is is obviously small when you print the HTML email.
I asked this Q @ Microsoft Answers and received a message that WLM does not
have the function to enlarge the text size of HTML email (coded in a certain
The only way you can change the text size is to receive the message as
"Plain Text." Since I do need to receive graphics/pictures, "Plain Tex" does
not work for me.
I have also read some suggestion that you can forward the HTML message to
yourself, and you can change the font size in the process. This "High Tech
Solution" might work, if I rceive only 1 message a day.
My eyes are fine. I do not need glasses for reading, writing, driving, etc.,
as I do not own a pair.
I have also read that I cannot install my Outlook Express onto Windows 7.
So I started wondering, who said "MAKE IT SIMPLER" for Windows 7.
Again, I did not have this problem with my "COMPLICATED" Windows XP.
I want whoever says, "Windows 7 is my idea," to fix this problem with WLM,
> If you don't mind changing the size of all of your display fonts, you can do
> that by right clicking on the desktop. Select Personalize, and in the left
> column under Tasks, select Adjust Font size (DPI). After changing the DPI,
> you'll be required to restart your computer. Jef
> "Gary VanderMolen" <Gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> > If you mean, the message list pane where all the messages are listed,
> > that font is hard-coded. I don't know of a way to change it.
> > --
> > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
> > "rkroege2" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:41ECA8F3-308A-4811-B2AA-730EE969329A@microsoft.com...
> >> The received mail list on the desktop using HTML. Thanks.
> >> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
> >>> Under what circumstances, in received mail, while composing, or in a
> >>> sent message?
> >>> HTML or plain text?
> >>> --
> >>> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
> >>> "rkroege2" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >>> news:06AD44A0-E908-4890-A822-064E8CC81124@microsoft.com...
> >>> > Is there a way to change the font size?