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Please right click on the Desktop and select the "Personalize" option. After that, on the left pane of the open window, please click the "Adjust Font Size (DPI)" option. After that, please select "120%, or 150%" to change the Font Size.
If your talking about increasing it for a web browser simply hold the ctrl key down and scroll up with the mouse wheel.
If you want to increase the font of the entire computer.
Right click a blank part of the desktop.
Click the Properties option.
Click the Settings tab.
Click the Advanced button.
Click the drop down arrow under DPI setting and click the Large size option.
Under Vista: 1. Right click a blank part of your desktop.2. Click personalize. 3. Should see adjust font size on the left side of the window. 4. click larger scale 5. Hit ok Under windows 7: 1. Right click a blank part of your desktop 2. Click screen Resolution 3. Click make text and other items larger or smaller 4. Choose medium or larger 5. Click ok Hope this helps
hold the ctrl key and scroll up.. also holding ctrl and scrolling down will decrease it. Can also increase your text dpi but that would affect everything on your computer. Another solution would be to use the built in magnifier. start/accessories/ease of access.
Are you trying to change the size of font in web pages and such? A quick tip for Windows computers: hold down the control (ctrl)key and use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom out or in. This will affect the whole screen. If you only want to change font sizes in certain applications, then you'll need to look for an options or preferences section in that application.