How to Enlarge Font on Email: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you’re someone who spends a lot of time sending emails, you may find that the standard font size of 11 can be a bit small and difficult to read. Fortunately, changing the font size of your emails is a quick and easy process.

First, open Microsoft Outlook and click on “File” in the top left-hand corner. Then, select “Options” and choose “Mail” from the left-hand menu.

Within the “Mail” section, select “Stationery and Fonts.” From there, you will see an option to “Use this stationery by default.” Click on “Fonts” to access the options for changing the font size, color, and style.

Once you’ve made your desired changes, click “OK” to apply them. You can then close the options menu and begin typing your new email. Your font size will automatically be set to your chosen size.

It’s important to note that changing the font size for new emails will not automatically change the font size for replies or forwards. To do this, you will need to go back to the “Stationery and Fonts” section and change the font size for replies and forwards as well.

That’s all there is to it! With just a few clicks, you can easily change the font size of your emails to make them more readable and visually appealing.


Why is my email font suddenly so small?
When you compose, reply to, or forward an email message, and the message body (including the text) appears larger or smaller than the size that you typically see, you might have changed the zoom view setting. The zoom affects only the current item.
How do I permanently enlarge email in Preview pane?
In your inbox, double-click a message to open it in a standalone message window.Near the right end of the ribbon, select. Zoom. ... In the dialog, set the percentage you want.Select Remember my preference, then select OK.