I am writing to apologize. I asked about a problem with the size of my tool and task bars along wih my text on my dell d800.
The solution one of your experts told me to do was actually correct. I just didn't apply it correctly.
I am sincerely sorry.
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hmm depending of the operation system you have .. it should let you down size it .. but if it does not .. it may be a problem with some tool bars being made and you have to remove them by right click on them and uncheck teh tool bar line .. or .. remove by the quick launch ..and will let you downsize it after that .. the lock bar have to be removed also ..and to do that is the same procedure.. click right on the bar..and remove the lock task-bar ..After that try to see if it let you downsize it
(They Must Be Set Up Every Time You Email Some One)
Set Up The Tool Bar
Settings For The All New Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click rich text beside the subject line ( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do ) spell check which is abc is above From above the message for fonts use the first drop down box above your message to choose one for text size use the second drop down box
Settings For Classic Email
if the tool bar is not enabled click options on the right top side of the mail page then general preferences scroll down to composing e-mails section check the box - compose messages as color and graphics
( When you start composing an email you can hold your mouse over the little icons you see above the message you are typing they will tell you what they do )
Text Size Adjustments For Any Webpage
go to top of this page in the grey area click view then text size adjust size
Font Size And Screen Width For Your Yahoo Message"s
Steps For The All New Mail
click options on top right side of mail page then mail options then contact options click mail on the left side then general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
Steps For Classic Mail
click options on top right side of mail page general preferences then font size screen width can be changed there also remember to click save
For the earlier versions of Firefox, here are the instructions on how to increase your font size:
1)Click on View on the browser Menu Bar. 2)Highlight Text Size with your mouse and notice that you now have 3 choices that will allow you to increase or decrease text size. 3)Increase or Decrease your font size and you will see a change in text size on this web page. You can also hold down <CTRL> and type "+" or "-" to change the font size. 4)Select Normal or <CTRL> and "0" to return to the default text size.
For Firefox Version 4.0
There are 2 ways on how to change the font size of the page that you are viewing.
FIRST OPTION: Changing Font size through the TOOLS Menu:
1)Click on "Tools" on the browser Menu Bar, then click "Options". 2)You will be getting the Options Window Menu to change the settings of Firefox. In this case, since we would want to change the font size, you would need to click on the "Content" tab. 3)On the Content Tab Menu, under "Fonts & Color", you can change the size to whichever size you want. 4)After changing the size, click on the OK button and it should save the changes right away.
SECOND OPTION: Changing Font Size through the VIEW menu:
1)Click on "View" on the browser Menu Bar, then click "Zoom". (There should be a side option that will appear after you highlight Zoom.) Select or put a tick on "Zoom text only". 2)Click on "View" on the browser Menu Bar again, then click "Zoom". (There should be a side option that will appear after you highlight Zoom). This time, you can click on "Zoom In" or "Zoom Out" to play with the desired font size that you want on your browser page.
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