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I just bought a new mac & absolutely love it! BIG change from knowing what you are doing to trying to figure out how to do things... thank you for this forum! I have a question - my son told me to use Google Chrome because it is faster, and I think with that I inherited an email program. I cannot for the life of me format message fonts and keep that formatting. Every time I do a new email, I have to change the font & color - any suggestions?
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I just bought a new mac & absolutely love it! BIG change from knowing what you are doing to trying to figure out how to do things... thank you for this forum! I have a question - my son told me to use Google Chrome because it is faster, and I think with that I inherited an email program. I cannot for the life of me format message fonts and keep that formatting. Every time I do a new email, I have to change the font & color - any suggestions?
Google Chrome uses the same rendering engine as Safari, so the two are pretty comparable in speed. The big difference is that Google Chrome for the Mac is still in early beta form (meaning, it's still "in testing" and feature incomplete) and should not be used for your every day browsing chores.

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Thank you. I will have him get the safari back
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