Outlook 2003

  fonkets 21:05 12 Jun 07

Hi. I just upgraded from office 2000 to 2003. In outlook 2000, my inbox was arranged by 'sender' and in a nice grey background with black text. Nuce and easy to see.

In 2003 the same arrangement is white boxes with light grey lettering and is a pig to see.

How do i change the inbox colours? I have looked everywhere without fruition.

Thanks in advance for any help.

  Whaty 21:47 12 Jun 07

I'm not too sure but maybe try....

View - Arrange By - Current View - Customize Current View


  VoG II 21:51 12 Jun 07

Click on the Sender column header. This should toggle.

  fonkets 22:03 12 Jun 07

Sorry, can't see anything that changes the colour or text of the inbox.

  SANTOS7 22:14 12 Jun 07

click here

This may help,good luck..

  fonkets 22:20 12 Jun 07

Sorry Santos. It only colours individual emails and not the sender's boxes in the inbox. Nice try though.

  SANTOS7 22:24 12 Jun 07

click here

applies to 2000 might work for 2003

  fonkets 22:30 12 Jun 07

No :-(, but i'm sure you're gettin close.

  Migwell 22:31 12 Jun 07

Hi just like fonkets I also can't find anything to make the print on screen BLACK but mine has always been black and I am using 2003 like you. I will keep looking and let you know if anything transpires.

  fonkets 22:40 12 Jun 07

Thanks Migwell

  Woolwell 23:43 12 Jun 07

I think that the background colour for your inbox is set according to the Windows display properties. If you right click your desktop and go into properties, appearance, advanced and select windows and change the colour to grey and make sure that the font is black then your inbox should be black on grey. This will affect all windows applications.

I have tried this and I think this is what you want. You can always change back if it isn't right.

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