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Fonts and browser too large. How can I reduce to right size?

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  • burlcr Jul 03, 2008

    Thanks for the help. It worked. Just goes to show how dumb we can become in our old age. Thanks again and have a Happy 4th.



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Have you tryed holding "CTL" and hitting the "-" (minus) sign? doing this zooms in and out on your screen.

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If your web browser is displaying all of these items in a large font, they may not fit comfortably on your screen.

Fortunately, you can easily change your web browser's text size on Gmail to ensure that all of the components fit.

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Try the following:

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2. A Display Properties window will open, click on the Appearance tab and on the Font size drop-down, choose Large Fonts or Extra Large and click Apply.

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For Windows Vista.
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3. Choose Large Scale (120 DPI) or Custom DPI (if you want bigger font)

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