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Outlook 10 vs Windows 7

With Windows 7 and in Outlook 10 my font in email changes size automatically and at random. I tried to run Outlook in safe mode and here is something I am behind the times on. I purchased a Dell with Windows 7 and Microsoft Office preloaded, (no program disks) but neither of them reside in my computer, apparently I have to be on-line to use them. Is there a solution to this and since another party is running the server how can it be corrected?

Solution found! is a Freebie from Microsoft and like with any freebie - you get what you pay for. I ran out and bought Microsoft Office and Outlook behaves. Put up with the issue until Microsoft decides to address it, or remove the add-on from your browser and find another provider. I.e. you ISP provider should have it's own e-mail site.

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