Font color issue in Microsoft Outlook

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I'm running into a peculiar issue that no one has probably seen before. I'm using Outlook 2010 and my default font color is black. But when I start to type, some of the letters start appearing as red. So I have several letters in black / several letters in red. Why is this happening?
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Sound like it may be a weird glitch related to using stationary or a signature.Try modifying the signature within Word (Tools – Options – General tab –
Email Options . Select the signature to edit and change the font color to an
actual color instead of the default of “Automatic”. I’ve noticed that with
it set to automatic, weird things happen once and a while.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can check the settings, and as you mentioned that only happens when start typing/replying a message. First open outlook's options, click mail, & select stationery and fonts, where you can change the font/font color in the 'Replying or forwarding messages' to whatever font/ color you prefer. Next close outlook and again restart it and check if the same happens again.
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  • BedTimeForMe
    This can happen when your computer might delete some files by its self (not common) but you can go to the Microsoft Web Site and find how to fix or re-download the files.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    @BedTimeForMe, how does it possible that a computer deletes files itself without intervane user/virus or even malfunctioning? Also which files did you indicate to re-download from Microsoft web site?
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