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In reply to Mike Pepper’s post on September 16, Here’s an example of the classic theme in Word. I want to be able to change theme and colors. It’s people like you who cope the “feedback” while the people who came up with this “BRIGHT” idea are too busy oitlook the money and patting themselves on the back to ever burden themselves with ссылка. Absolutely hideous!
After all, we are mainly at work when using Outlook, so we are already depressed enough! This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Thanks for your feedback.
How satisfied are you with this discussion? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Previous Next. How satisfied are you with this reply? Rohn MVP. Actually, enough people complained to convince MS to add the shades of grey to the blinding white option. So if we are lucky, maybe they are still listening and will add a few more.
It would be simple enough for them to port the and color schemes. Here are a few more places you can make your point. Your satisfaction Matters! Let us know your thoughts about your Microsoft experience. ScottHess, Jr. The color theme choices in Outlook are really bad. I display on a 27 inch monitor with hdmi input and to my eyes the three colors are painful. I have selected the dark gray because it gives the best contrast but I would like to see additional options.
It cannot be that difficult to provide customers some reasonable choices. In reply to SCWatts’s post on February 1, There is a simple fix for the UC tab titles. Right click on the ribbon, select “customize the ribbon” select each tab name one at a time click on the “rename” button add a space after the name move on to the next tab The UI is designed for a smartphone. I used the Preview for months without noticing, but unfortunately when I purchased the Office Home Premium version for 5 PC’s and propagated this to my wife’s PC, that’s about the first thing I heard.
I told her just go in and customize it, and when she told me the choices were white, light gray and dark gray I couldn’t believe it. How hard can that be to fix? In reply to NormGalloway’s post on February 6, Apparently too hard. Actually, I’m guessing it goes against their kindergarten design scheme.
James Quest. Aweful Aweful Aweful Just pathetic. That’s why a dictatorial visionary leader is needed to head product groups. So when you use HTML, you know that what you send is what the recipient will see.
Plain text This is a format that all email applications support. You can set Outlook to open messages that you receive in plain text format only.
Plain text doesn’t support bold, italic, colored fonts, or other text formatting. It also doesn’t support pictures that are displayed directly in the message body, although you can include the pictures as attachments. RTF supports text formatting, including bullets, alignment, and linked objects. Outlook automatically converts RTF formatted messages to HTML by default when you send them to an Internet recipient, so that the message formatting is maintained and attachments are received.
Outlook also automatically formats meeting and task requests and messages with voting buttons so that these items can be sent intact across the Internet to other Outlook users, regardless of the default format of the message. If the Internet-bound message is a task or meeting request, Outlook automatically converts it to Internet Calendar format, a common format for Internet calendar items, so that other email applications can support it.
Create stationery for email messages. Remove or change stationery and color backgrounds on replies and forwards. Outlook automatically converts RTF-formatted messages to HTML by default when you send them to an Internet recipient, so that the message formatting is maintained and attachments are received. Copy stationery to another computer. Remove or change backgrounds and stationery on replies and forwards. On the Tools menu, click Options , and then click the Mail Format tab.
If you want comments that you type in message replies to be labeled with your name, select the Mark my comments with check box and type a label, such as your name. If you want your font to appear in a different color each time you reply to or forward a message, select the Pick a new color when replying or forwarding check box.
When you create new messages, they will automatically use the stationery or theme that you chose. Tip: To choose Outlook stationery or themes from an open message, on the Insert tab, in the Include group, click Signature , and then click Signatures.
Click the Personal Stationery tab, and then click Theme. Note: Outlook stationery or themes can’t be customized. Note: Stationery or themes can’t be applied to replies. Under Choose a theme , click No theme , and then click OK to close the dialog boxes. Change fonts.
Apply stationery, backgrounds, or themes to email messages. Need more help?