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You need the magnifier from the Accessibility tools. On Windows XP this can be found in Start Menu -> Accessories -> Accessibility -> Magnifier (if it's not installed, go to Control panel -> Add/remove -> Add Windows Components and install it)

On Windows Vista it's in All Programs -> Accessories -> Ease of Access -> Magnifier.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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