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To change the font size, point your mouse to the desktop then right click. Click on Properties - Appearance (tab). The third option is FONT SIZE. You can adjust the size from there.


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Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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You Dont change the font size on the monitor
You change it in windows graphics properties

Right Click the Desktop
Click Properties

You can change the monitors resolution
This makes everything smaller or larger

However you can change it so that just the text size is bigger if you have trouble reading it

Goodluck

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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You can adjust your settings to something more to your liking by right clicking on your desktop in an empty area - then choose "properties" from the menu that pops up.

In the new window go to the tab that says "settings" and adjust the screen resolution to something a little larger. If you change your desktop settings in this manner then a window will pop up immediately after the adjustment asking you if you want to keep the new settings or revert back to the old one. If you don't select something within like 15-30 seconds it will change back. It does that just in case you change the settings so bad you can't see anything.

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I hope you find this information helpful, have a blessed day!

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