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Lesson Plans


hi...fixed?

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Sun, 4 Jul 1999 11:18:06 -0400


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Hi everyone!!! You know I've been struggling with the typface on my =
e-mail. I've tried many approaches unsuccessfully. As with so many =
things, the solution is simple. When I compose a new message, there is =
a tool bar above the text I'm typing and it changes the text of all of =
my e-mails. The setting is on the e-mail, not the program tool bar or =
the program settings, etc. This one is MS Sans Serif. I find I can =
read it more easily than some of the other faces. Is this better?
Thanks to all of you who have attempted to help me with the ettiquette =
and technology of this. It's probably a small thing to many of you, but =
I still consider myself to be a novice and was getting frustrated trying =
to track down the mystery. Thanks especially to Ricki Fromkin and =
Sheryl McCoy. Sheryl, your tip put me back to the compose message and I =
think it worked. Linda (of the softer voice :)

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Hi everyone!!!  = You know I've=20 been struggling with the typface on my e-mail.  I've tried many = approaches=20 unsuccessfully.  As with so many things, the = solution=20 is simple.  When I compose a new message, there is a tool bar above = the=20 text I'm typing and it changes the text of all of my e-mails.  The = setting=20 is on the e-mail, not the program tool bar or the program settings, = etc. =20 This one is MS Sans Serif.  I find I can read it more easily than = some of=20 the other faces.  Is this better?
Thanks to all=20 of you who have attempted to help me with the ettiquette and technology = of=20 this.  It's probably a small thing to many of you, but I still = consider=20 myself to be a novice and was getting frustrated trying to track down = the=20 mystery.  Thanks especially to Ricki Fromkin and Sheryl = McCoy. =20 Sheryl, your tip put me back to the compose message and I think it=20 worked.   Linda (of the softer voice=20 :)
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