MS accessibility and font sizes

  harrisonclan 15:34 25 Feb 05

hi there
I am partially sighted and use accessibility to help. I use 800 x 600 to increase overall size of icons etc, but cannot find any way to increase the font size of filenames within folders any futher.

any ideas gratefully received.

  john-232317 17:41 25 Feb 05

Sorry cant help but bump you to the top ;-)

  Curio 19:35 25 Feb 05

on Mouse or Keyboard,Hold down Ctrl And Scroll to a bigger font. It does not alter font size in document. Also it does not work in all applications, but does in Word.

Alternatively try Ctrl + [ and Ctrl + ] to increase/decrease font size. Again does not work in all situations. Just try it out

  Technotiger 19:44 25 Feb 05

Hi, right-click on desktop go to Properties>AppearanceTab then look at FontSize change to Extra Large - then click Apply and OK.

Not sure if this affects Folders but will increase font size on desktop.


  Curio 15:55 26 Feb 05

In your Browser Click View, Text Size, select a larger text size than you are currently using

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