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Solved: Font size too big

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by john80614, Feb 25, 2010.

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  1. john80614

    john80614 Thread Starter

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    i was looking at a video online recently and when i was coming out of it something happened that has caused the text and graphics size on my screen to be a bit bigger than normal - funnily enough it seems to only apply when i'm browsing the net, all other applications seem unchanged...its not exactly a problem it's just a bit annoying and i would really like to know if there was a way to fix this to make it go back to the way or was before as it must be really simple i just dont know what to do...by the way i have already tried adjusting the screen resolution and DPI in the control panel but this makes no difference!

    even if there's no one who knows how to solve this problem specifically there must be an quick and easy way of restoring defaults without having to do anything drastic like a system reboot?

    Thanks
    john:)
     
  2. Phantom010

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    Open Internet Explorer. Click on View > Text Size. Select Medium.
     
  3. john80614

    john80614 Thread Starter

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    THANKS SO MUCH!!

    I COULD KICK MYSELF FOR NOT THINKING OF THAT MYSELF AS I'M QUITE GOOD WITH COMPUTERS GENERALLY, I DON'T KNOW WHY I DIDN'T THINK OF THAT MYSELF??:p!!:D
     
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