Outlook 2010: How to change Search result highlighting color

How to change Search result highlighting color in Outlook 2010

When you use Instant Search in  Outlook 2010, the words you have used in your search query will be highlighted. To change the highlight color (or to turn this feature off completely) follow steps mentioned in this article;

Steps to be followed:

1. Open Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 and then select “File Menu”

2. Now click on “Options tab” in left hand pane.

3. Then select “Search option” and then look for “Highlight search terms in the results” option.

4. Now click drop down bottom and change color.

These steps can be followed in Windows XP and Windows 7

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