Windows 10: Changing Mail App Background Color on Emails

Discus and support Changing Mail App Background Color on Emails in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; [ATTACH] Hey r/Windows10! I am having a heck of a time getting the mail app to work for me I am wanting to make the app show a dark background... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/Hwzb, Feb 24, 2020.

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    Changing Mail App Background Color on Emails

    /u/Hwzb, Feb 24, 2020
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  2. Changing the background color of apps

    Hi,

    There may be settings on your computer that has been changed that's why the background color of your apps has also changed. With Chrome, you may have added a color change extension to it which allows users to change its background color. With Microsoft Office
    applications, there are options to change its background color depending on which application you have open. Below are some of the option:


    Change the background or color of a document



    Add or change the background color of cells



    Change the Office theme


    However, for us to properly isolate this issue, we would like to ask the following information:

    • Have you made any changes or performed any updates on your computer before this happened?
    • Aside from adjusting the appearance settings on your PC, what other steps have you tried?

    If possible, we would like to ask for a screenshot of your Office applications to help us sort this out.

    Looking forward to your reply.

    Regards.
     
    Vanessa Yar, Feb 24, 2020
    #2
  3. change desktop background color

    Hi,

    To change the desktop background into a solid color, see the steps below:

    • Right-click on the desktop, and select Personalize.
    • Under Personalization, select Background.
    • On the right pane, click on the drop-down menu for Background, and then select
      Solid color.
    • Choose your preferred color and it should immediately make changes.

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Patricia Yu, Feb 24, 2020
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  4. Changing Mail App Background Color on Emails

    Wallpaper (background) color

    Hi Aaron,

    I realize that the background color changed from blue to black. I will try to help you with this issue.


    • Did you make any changes to the PC prior to this issue?

    Close all open windows, restart the computer once and then login to the computer to check if that helps.

    Suggest you to refer to this article to check if that helps.

    Change your desktop background and colors: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...6c6/change-your-desktop-background-and-colors

    Further you may also want to ensure that default theme is selected. Follow these steps:


    • Press Windows key + I to get the Settings screen.

    • Click Personalization and select Themes.

    • Click on Theme Settings to select Windows Default Themes.

    Keep us informed to help you further.
     
    Srimadhwa B, Feb 24, 2020
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