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Problem with window and font

Hi can u tell why suddenly font size increase in my hp notebook and window is not moving smoothly rather it is jumping if i move from task bar and also scrolling is not smooth

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May be your display resolution is changed or the display driver is having some problem

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If you have a mouse with a wheel and are using any of the below browsers, you can quickly and easily increase and decrease the size of your fonts in your browser by holding down the Ctrl key, and while continuing to hold down the key, move the mouse wheel up or down.

For Internet Explorer:

To increase, decrease, or change the default font in Microsoft Internet Explorer, follow the below steps.
  1. Open Microsoft Internet Explorer.
  2. Click Tools.
  3. Click Internet Options.
  4. Within the Internet Options window, click the Fonts button at the bottom of the General tab.
  5. Within the fonts window you can adjust the default font used in Internet Explorer. If you need additional font options, you can adjust how fonts are used by clicking the Accessibility button in the General tab.
Note: Microsoft Internet Explorer also supports the tip mentioned at the beginning.

For Mozilla Firefox:

To increase, decrease, or change the default font in Mozilla Firefox, follow the below steps.
  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
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  3. Click Options.
  4. Within the Options window, click the Content button.
  5. Within the content section you will be able to specify the default font type as well as the font size. In addition to being able to change these two settings, you can also click the Advanced button and get many more settings, such as the resolution and the minimum font size to use.
Note: Mozilla Firefox also supports the tip mentioned at the beginning.

For Netscape:

  1. Open Netscape.
  2. Click Tools.
  3. Click Options.
  4. Within the Options window, click the Fonts & Colors button.
  5. Once within the Fonts & Colors window you can adjust the different fonts including, the colors, resolution, and minimum font size.
Note: Opera also supports the tip mentioned at the beginning.


For Opera:

  1. Open Opera.
  2. Click Tools.
  3. Click Preferences.
  4. Within the Preferences window, click the Web pages tab.
  5. Once in the Web pages tab you will be able to adjust the fonts used. If you need more settings to adjust your fonts or font size, click the Advanced tab and click the Fonts option for several dozen additional changes that can be made to the fonts.
Note: Opera also supports the tip mentioned at the beginning.

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Hoqw do I increase font size. Only affects when using internet


Hi there,

Just press and hold CTRL, dont let go, and then press + (plus) sign several times until you increase your font the way you want it. CTRL - (minus) minimizes the font.

Hope this helps. Thank you for using FixYa.

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Change the font size


Hi,
For Windows XP : Right Click on Desktop--> Properties--> Appearance--> Font Size, here you can able to change the size.

For Windows Vista :
  1. Right-click the Desktop background, and click Personalize .
  2. If a "Window Color and Appearance" window opens, click Open classic appearance properties for more color options . The Appearance Settings window opens.
  3. Click Advanced . The Advanced Appearance window opens.
  4. Advanced Appearance window showing icon font size settings.

Select the required font and press OK. For Windows 7: Please click on the below link to view how to change the font in Windows 7. Change Font Settings . Please let me know the status. Thanks for posting to FixYa.

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Ctrl + Shift + > will increase font to the next size in the drop-down list.
Ctrl + Shift + < which will decrease font to the previous size in the drop-down list.
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Ctrl + ] will increase font size by one point.

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This can be an issue with the display drivers which might have got corrupted.

Reinstall the Graphic Drivers if you are sure what kind of Graphic Card you have in the Notebook.

Restart the Notebook once the Drivers are installed and set the required resolution.

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