As part of a corporate domain shuffle, our IT people are pushing a change soon that will uninstall Office (2013), create a new user profile on the new domain, re-install Office 2013, and leave us to reconfigure our clients as needed. I've already asked; there's no way to bypass the uninstall/reinstall step. They're doing this to get everybody onto the same version with a new license, apparently.
I've made a lot of customizations to Outlook for accessibility reasons -- font sizes, plain text instead of HTML, folder view settings, and so on. Outlook must be storing that data somewhere, right? I haven't found any way to save all of those settings so that I can re-apply them to the new installation in one batch. Is there anything I can do to copy all this configuration that's better than taking screenshots of all the configuration pages (of which there are many in Outlook) and then stepping through to re-apply them? Maybe there's a config file buried in the Outlook user data or something?
I'm not asking about account settings (it'll be a new account), migrating saved email (it's on the server), migrating contacts, or any of that -- I'm just trying to capture my client UI settings as expediently as possible.
In case it matters, I'm on Windows 7 Enterprise.