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Re: increase text size
Hello, you need to open up your web browser. you should see a toolbar that has file, edit, view, favorites, tools, and help. Go to view and you will see text size click whatever size you want. if you dont see that toolbar, go to display setting and change it to classic settings you will find it there.
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What version of Windows are you using? Changing the font sizes for one specific application would be difficult, though it is possible to do this for the entire operating system relatively easily. I know everything between Windows XP and Windows 8 allows you to change your DPI settings, which would increase the size of buttons and text system-wide. However, some versions of Windows let you specify your preferred text size in the Accessibility section of the Windows Control Panel.
If that change relates to the size of text in the browser, you might want to press [CTRL][-] (Control minus) to reduce it or [CTRL][+] to increase it. If on the other hand, you are concerned with the size of the text in other windows, you will have to open the Graphic Propertires and adjust the display parameters (font size to default).
There are a number of ways to increase text size.
1. You can change the resolution of the screen using the START>Control Panel>Display
2. You can adjust the sizes by using the View tab on the Menu bar. View>Text size.
3. Your can adjust the display sizes by using the View tab on the Menu bar. View>Zoom.
Let me know if you have any more questions or problems.
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You can change the size of the text by going to the Start menu, then Control Panel. Click on Display, and then from there you can change the size of the text. It increases the DPI of the text so that it's larger.
perhaps you don't have the correct VGA drivers loaded or the screen resolution is not set to the best for your display!
The first two passwords are more than likely imputed before the system VGA drivers have been loaded!
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