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Right click on your mouse. Click on appearance. You are now on the screen to change your font size.

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

  • Gavin Apr 15, 2008

    Sorry after right clicking on your mouse click on properties. Then click on appearance.

  • Gavin Apr 16, 2008

    Also when you right click make sure you are on the desktop main screen not on your internet or browser screen.

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