Set display to 1028 x 768 type too small

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bhack2

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I have changed my display to 1028 x 768, but I cannot change everything to a larger type size. Some will change in 'Properties > Appearance' and 'View > Text Size', but some will not change within applications and web pages. I have also tried 'Programs > Accessories > Accessability > Magnifier', but it is too ackward. Is there another way that I am missing? Thanks, Bob
 
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If yo have a mouse with a scroll wheel then hold down the CTL key and move the wheel.
 
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You can use

Start>Settings>Control Panel

Click on Internet Settings and then click Accessibility.

In the box that comes up, put a check mark on 'Ignore Font styles.....' and 'Ignore Font Sizes.....'.

You can also select a different font and size from the Font settings in the Internet Settings box.
 

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beefy said:
You can use

Start>Settings>Control Panel

Click on Internet Settings and then click Accessibility.

In the box that comes up, put a check mark on 'Ignore Font styles.....' and 'Ignore Font Sizes.....'.

You can also select a different font and size from the Font settings in the Internet Settings box.
(y) BINGO! that was it Beefy. Thanks to all Cheers, Bob :)
 
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