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Did you set the "font-colour" and the "background-colour" to be identical?
If you use Microsoft Word (or Notepad or Wordpad) to type in some text, and then select that text, and copy it to the clipboard, and then "paste" it into the "body" of the E-mail window, does that text show up?
Right click on the desktop, go to the display settings and click for the background color in the settings. ** You can also avail our technical support by visiting our website: http://www.vtechsquad.com
On a Windows 7 system, right-click on a blank area of the sceen, click on Personalise at bottom of menu and select whatever theme or picture you want as the background. It is slightly different for other windows system, but you should start with right-clicking on a blank part of the screen..
This can be changed from display settings if you are talking about the text on the desktop ..Just click right on the desktop ..choose properties and select the last in the right ...settings ..here you can select a smaller resolution ..(best for 17 inc is 10024 /768 )and click apply and OK .. if you do not want to change the resolution but need larger icons and text ..just select on the same window advanced..and you will have the possibility to increase the icon and text size with the percent you want ...After that click apply and OK to exit ..It may ask to restart for to apply the changes.. if you are talking about the writing in the browser..you can zoom it by changing resolution ..or by pressing down the ctrl button and scroll up or down .. Also all text size can be selected manually for each location if you click right on desktop and in the window select appearance (second in the right 0 and advanced..This advanced feature will allow you to select the size color and font size for each item ...one by one ..icons...space between them ..for title and menu bars..etc. But , I suggest not to mess with that ..cause you may not be able to manage it well ..just engage a smaller resolution and will solve the issue for the writing .
Just click right on the desktop ..and select desktop , than select on the down page the customize desktop and select web (the one in the right ) .. If you see a web page checked in the tab .. remove it ..and the important thing ..remove the check mark for the lock desktop items cause this is the one responsible for that color present under the icons..and click apply ..and OK ..restart and repeat the action if it seam not willing to do that ..or select windows XP theme again ..and this way probably will default it ..but the way to remove it to unlock the desktop items ..