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Right click anywhere on the desktop in an empty space- select properties - when display properties opens - select the settings tab at the top - slide the resolution slider to 800 x 600-- click apply and ok-
now all your desktop , e-mail etc will be larger on your screen.
you may need to re-arrange some icons on the desktop as they will be larger and possibly at the edges of the screen since the change in resolution.
If this is unusable for you just follow the instruction , except put it on another resolution between 800 x 600 and what it was when you changed it the first time untill you find a resolution your comfortable with.
Post here again if you need a different solution. Please rate if it fixes your problem.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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