Many people don’t realize it but it’s possible to change the Outlook Color Scheme with just a few simple clicks. If your like me and you stare at Outlook ALL DAY, this is nice little feature as ANY change is good change. 😉
Update: See this groovyPost for the step-by-step for Changing the Color Scheme using Outlook 2010.
Let’s start things off with a groovy How-To Video
How-To Change the Outlook 2007 Theme Color (Video)
And now the Step-by-Step with Screen Shots!
How-To Change the Outlook 2007 Theme Color
1. Open Outlook, Click Tools, Options
2. Click Mail Format Tab, then Click the Editor Options Button
3. Under the Popular Tab, Click the Color Scheme Down Arrow. Select between Blue, Silver and Black. Click OK to Apply
My personal Favorite is Silver but I normally change the color around every 30 days or so just to mix things up. I know… I’m WILD!!! 😉
(Default) Blue Silver Black
Very groovy indeed! Now go, rush off and tell your cube mates about this very groovy tip! And yeah… don’t forget to mention groovyPost.com!!! 😉