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Font sizes not accurate

When I click on a font size like maybe "12" it gives me a very large size like maybe a "36" or something. I cannot get it corrected to do the font size I want.

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  • leprof969 May 11, 2010

    Which program is causing the problem (windows, office or everything)

  • Garrett Murray
    Garrett Murray May 11, 2010

    Hello,

    Are you saying when you print the font size is wrong or is the font size wrong on the computer screen?

    Armymason

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I think your screen resolution had changed. For that right click on your desktop and select properties and select settings tab.

There Goto Screen Resolution and select the screen resolution to 800x600 or 1024by768.

Hope this will help

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