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How can I reduce the text shown on a 15'' ibm g78 monitor

I clicked on the smallest size on the Page-Text Size drop down but its still too large. Can the test size be reduced any other way?
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  • edbyrnejr Feb 17, 2009

    This worked like a charm - Thanks very much

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Reduce fonts on your monitor settings, on your desktop right click properties, settings, move screen resolution to the "right" select apply then ok. this should make your fonts smaller. Hope it helps.

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Well you can try
control panel
accessibilty option
pick a task
configure window to work for you
next
pick one of those

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