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MS Office help font size

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Topazz, Nov 4, 2003.

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  1. Topazz

    Topazz Thread Starter

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    A friend has asked me the following which has left me rather stumped:

    "The text in my Office 2000 help file (right hand pane) is very small and hardly legible. Is there any way I can change that?"

    Does anyone know the answer please?
     
  2. Topazz

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    'Tis OK, have figured it out. Need to change the text size in View in Internet Explorer. Unfortunately it also makes IE's font size larger which is not desired.
     
  3. kiwiguy

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    Perhaps you should stick with the PF1 answer SusanB?
     
  4. Topazz

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    Roger that. ;)
     
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