If you are tired of the display style of date navigator, you must be glad to learn the good method of changing its fonts in this article.
When it comes to Date Navigator, also called as Navigation calendar, its location and style will occur to our mind promptly. Evidently, no one is strange about it. It is located on To-Do Bar at the right part of Outlook by default. In general, it only shows one-month calendar, which permits us to look up date in “Mail” pane without needs to turn to “Calendar” pane.
Even though it does provide us with much convenience, its invariable display will trigger our visual fatigue. Changing a style may help us change a kind of mood. To this issue, Outlook offers an option, namely changing date navigator font, by which you can change font’s some ordinary elements except color. Perhaps you may think that its capability is too limited to meet your requirements. But why not have a try? It takes 5 steps only.
Steps to Change Date Navigator Font
- For a start go to “File” menu and click “Options” item.
- Then Locate and select “Calendar” option.
- Next pulling the scrolling bar to find “Display options”, under which you can see “Date Navigator Font” option. You would be required to click “Font” button to open a new dialog of “Font”.
- In “Font”, you could change specific font, font style as well as size. In the frame of ‘Sample”, you can preview the font to be shown.
- Finally click two “OK” to save the font settings.
When return to the “Home” menu, you could see the changed date navigator on To-Do Bar. Besides, you should keep in mind that you have to make sure the selected font is readable. Otherwise, it will prove ineffective. At times readability is much more significant than beauty.
Moreover, as we can see, there is date navigator, appointments, tasks on To-Do Bar. You could also click “View” tab, pitch on “To-Do Bar” and select the items to display as you like.
Steps to Restore Corrupted Outlook Files
In spite of its multiple capabilities, Outlook is still vulnerable to virus infection, malware attacks, power surge and so on. Thus we should know how to restore corrupted Outlook files. At first, we should check your backups. If no backups, then we should turn to formal process of repair. We could utilize Microsoft built-in tool – Scanpst.exe. In fact, it may be not be up to the task of Outlook recovery. Hence, next we should resort to some external tool like DataNumen Outlook Repair, which is designed for Outlook crashes. It is high recommended due to its high recovery rate as well as time-saving feature.
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