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UB400
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Formatting HTML- Fonts

I have seen this post by @Meneghino 

https://community.powerapps.com/t5/PowerApps-Forum/Create-email-using-PowerApps-data/m-p/21925

 

Which has been very helpful in structuring the HTML text that I want to send by e-mail via Flow, however I can't seem to change the font-family. I really would like a Font such as Arial or Verdana, anything without the curly tips of Times Roman (don't remember the technical term). I tried the following, which works for the colour, but not the font family.

 

<font-family:verdana><font color=red>HTML</font>

 

Any suggestions?

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Re: Formatting HTML- Fonts

Hi UB400,

 

Please try if following will work for you:
"<font face = Times New Roman size = 5><font color=red>Times New Roman</Font>
<font face = Verdana size = 5><font color=green>Verdana</Font>
<font face = Comic sans MS size =5><font color=blue>Comic Sans MS</Font>
<font face = WildWest size = 5><font color=brown>WildWest</Font>
<font face = Bedrock size = 5><font color=yellow>Bedrock</Font>"

 

I have tried it on my side, and it is shown likes below:

3.PNG

 

Hope it could be a reference for you.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Community Support Team

Re: Formatting HTML- Fonts

Hi UB400,

 

Please try if following will work for you:
"<font face = Times New Roman size = 5><font color=red>Times New Roman</Font>
<font face = Verdana size = 5><font color=green>Verdana</Font>
<font face = Comic sans MS size =5><font color=blue>Comic Sans MS</Font>
<font face = WildWest size = 5><font color=brown>WildWest</Font>
<font face = Bedrock size = 5><font color=yellow>Bedrock</Font>"

 

I have tried it on my side, and it is shown likes below:

3.PNG

 

Hope it could be a reference for you.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

UB400
Level 10

Re: Formatting HTML- Fonts

@v-yamao-msftMabel thank you so much for this, it worked! The text looks so much better now.

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