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Wife was in my space.com trying to add pictures to her slide show was instructed to press ctrl c then ctrl v then she clicked on something else and the display grew so large only a few letters would fit on the screen

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  • knkiml May 04, 2008

    thanks i figured it out. she had pushed the ctrl and + at the same time. i pushed ctrl and _ and that reduced it

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Might be related to the Windows option to use large fonts for visually challenged people.. I think you can alter it with a particular key function.. But what operating system & what PC brand/model do you have?

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Doc Maximize Ctrl+F10
Doc Move Ctrl+F7
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Doc Split Alt+Ctrl+S
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End of Column Alt+Page Down
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End of Doc Extend Ctrl+Shift+End
End of Document Ctrl+End
End of Line End
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End of Row Alt+End
End of Row Alt+Shift+End
End of Window Alt+Ctrl+Page Down
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Endnote Now Alt+Ctrl+D
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Field Chars Ctrl+F9
Field Codes Alt+F9
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Go Back Shift+F5
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Hanging Indent Ctrl+T
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Help F1
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Hidden Ctrl+Shift+H
Hyperlink Ctrl+K
Indent Ctrl+M
Italic Ctrl+I
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Justify Para Ctrl+J
Left Para Ctrl+L
Line Down Down
Line Down Extend Shift+Down
Line Up Up
Line Up Extend Shift+Up
List Num Field Alt+Ctrl+L
Lock Fields Ctrl+3
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Mail Merge Check Alt+Shift+K
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Mail Merge to Doc Alt+Shift+N
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Merge Field Alt+Shift+F
Microsoft Script Editor Alt+Shift+F11
Microsoft System Info Alt+Ctrl+F1
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Next Field F11
Next Field Alt+F1
Next Misspelling Alt+F7
Next Object Alt+Down
Next Window Ctrl+F6
Next Window Alt+F6
Normal Alt+Ctrl+N
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Normal Style Alt+Shift+Clear (Num 5)
Open Ctrl+O
Open Ctrl+F12
Open Alt+Ctrl+F2
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Start of Document Ctrl+Home
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Start of Window Alt+Ctrl+Page Up
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Task Pane Ctrl+F1
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Un Indent Ctrl+Shift+M
Underline Ctrl+U
Underline Ctrl+Shift+U
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Undo Alt+Backspace
Unlink Fields Ctrl+6
Unlink Fields Ctrl+Shift+F9
Unlock Fields Ctrl+4
Unlock Fields Ctrl+Shift+F11
Update Auto Format Alt+Ctrl+U
Update Fields F9
Update Fields Alt+Shift+U
Update Source Ctrl+Shift+F7
VBCode Alt+F11
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Web Go Forward Alt+Right
Word Count List Ctrl+Shift+G
Word Count Recount Ctrl+Shift+R
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Word Left Extend Ctrl+Shift+Left
Word Right Ctrl+Right
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