Problem with fonts in Int Exp

  Switcher 20:01 07 Apr 2010

All that I type or view in int exp appears in italics. I have had no luck in changing this using either internet options or outlook express options.

  Technotiger 20:34 07 Apr 2010

Right-click on desktop, then click on Properties then Appearance, then look at Font options.

  Switcher 21:53 07 Apr 2010

Sorry Tehnotiger Should have said that I am running Vista Home edition, so slightly different to personalise. However will look along those lines and report back. Thanks for reply.

  birdface 22:06 07 Apr 2010

Tools.Internet Options.General and down near the bottom Fonts.
Not sure if changing the Fonts in there helps or not.

  northumbria61 22:07 07 Apr 2010

Try this - In IE go up to VIEW then to ENCODING... select AUTO SELECT but you might also try select CYRILLIC (Windows) "Cyrillic" is an extension of Encoding - More tab.

  birdface 22:10 07 Apr 2010

My Webpage Font is set to Times new Roman and the Plain text font is set to Courier New.
But like I said not really got a clue if it is what you are looking for or not.

  Switcher 22:18 07 Apr 2010

TEchnotiger :- only thing I can change re Text in appearance is DPI ie size
Buteman:- Mine also Times New Roman and courier New
Nortumbria:- Have played around with encoding to no avail.

Thanks all for input.

OOPs have just noticed as typing this it is not in italics. Must have been encoding I THINK

  Switcher 22:19 07 Apr 2010

STill appearing as Italics when I view it.

  northumbria61 22:47 07 Apr 2010

I still think it has something to do with ENCODING but I can't/don't want to change anything to try it out as I am on Win 7 Pro 64bit.

  lotvic 23:55 07 Apr 2010

according to a google search click here the font folder has corrupted in Vista. There are various fixes.

  birdface 11:30 08 Apr 2010

Would a system restore fix it.
Or maybe Tools.Internet Options.Advanced.And press reset.That resets I/E to its original state.

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