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Different Text Size

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Danboy, Feb 3, 2005.

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  1. Danboy

    Danboy Thread Starter

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    I was wondering if someone could tell me why the text is different sizes? On this website for example the Welcome,Danboy you last visited in the upper right hand corner is very small. I know about holding down the Ctrl button and spinning the mouse wheel but that does not change the size of the area I am talking about. Even the Home -User CP-Faq and so on are small.
    On some websites the entire page is this size which makes it hard to read. Any Ideas? Thanks

    Danboy
     
  2. heroine

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    on IE, click on view > text size > medium
     
  3. Danboy

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    I will try that, Thanks
     
  4. sekirt

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    In addition, you might want to look at Control Panel->Display

    What size is your screen resolution? 1024 * 768 things will look smaller.
    800 * 600 will make things slightly larger.

    Appearance Tab.
    You can set sizes for various areas of Windows.

    sekirt
     
  5. Danboy

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    That might be the problem, when I first got the computer I changed the resolution due to the monitor recommendation. It is a flat screen and I did not like the gray ghostly lines that I could see against a white background. I will change it back and see what happens.
     
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