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font size on resolution


podlod

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Hi, I have just recently bought a new screen for my PC, and find that the resolution size 1920 x 1080 is perfect for my games, but the only prob being is that the font size is approx 8 when I return to my desktop and have to strain my eyes to read, even the icons are very small. Is there a way I can keep them separate when I revert to one or the other, as opposed to keep having to change on either when I use?

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Woolwell

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Forgotten what your OS.

You can adjust font size for icons, etc on the desktop.

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mobing

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yes , it is not difficult ,find and set it ! good luck !

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podlod

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Hi, i now have my desktop icons and fonts the size i wish,but the only problem now is that icons and text on my forums ( here for example )are still small and so is my Microsoft outlook office 2007. How do i enlarge these to font 14 or 16?

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Woolwell

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For websites you need to tell us which browser you are using.

Still need to know your OS.

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podlod

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Hi, I have finally found out how to alter my browser, but I am having difficulty in enlarging my office 2007 format.

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