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In Word 2007, locate the Font toolbar in the upper left area. In the very lower right corner of the Font Box, there is an expansion arrow. Click this arrow and note the FONT popup screen. Here, choose the font you want to be default, then click the DEFAULT box in the lower left corner of the popup screen. Answer YES to the question about changing the font on all Normal Template documents.
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Right-click anywhere in an empty spot on your desktop, choose Properties, go to the tab Appearance, on the bottom you will see an option Font size, select Large fonts or Extra large fonts, click Apply and then OK... Thats it... how does it look now..?
It may be a font issue... did you change the font of the typed-in text to a non-True Type face? For every typeface there are two fonts: a screen font to display on your monitor and a printer font for printing,
If somehow there is confusion or corruption in the Excel file contents about exactly which font is specified at a given point in the text box (e.g.if you type like I do with lots of backspaces, which are actually special codes that can cause such corruption), then the misfire between screen and print fonts can cause the text data to be corrupt. It seems to be an operating system issue (did you make a lot of changes to fonts on your system?) or something wrong with your personal installation of Office 2003 in any case, because Excel 2003 is a very stable release. To fix this I would try examining the Windows\Fonts folder using a third-party tool or comparing its contents to a known-good Windows installation (or simply copy and paste your typed paragraphs into Notepad and re-paste it into a new text box in a New Document (starting fresh with a new Excel worksheet could solve it all by itself).
I am assuming that you are using Windows XP or VISTA at the moment. Go to display settings >> from there you have to change the DPI on the screen. This will change the overall font size throughout windows as it seems that this problem is because you have very high resolution.