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Taskbar, Toolbar, Titlebar and text, very small

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#1 Caston


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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:44 AM

:thumbsup: Hello everyone

I must have clicked accidently somewhere on my Desktop. So when some windows became undersized I tried to rectify by various means such as going into Display.

But I made things worse, for example, previously going into Add/Remove progams the text was 'normal' size (default). Now all the text in Add/Remove are small.

The same goes for every window I open, for example the 'Start', 'Search' boxes, the urls (http://) all small. I would say Font size is probably 2.

When I open Microsft Word it does not fill the Desktop as previous.

But when I type, the print comes out as normal.

Going online is also normal. But I notice programs do not open as quickly as before.

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#2 caperjac


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 07:38 AM

sound like you just simply got the video/screen resolution set way to high .
right click on the desktop/properties /display /settings

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