Posted 26 August 2013 - 12:07 PM
I too found that same one. It appears to be incomplete. What I found that needs uncheck. Although I don't appear to have issue you do is the following:
Click on the Start button
Ease of Access Center
Then under 'explore all settings' is:
Make computer easier to see
Optimize visual display
Under make things on the screen larger is a check box for turn on magnifier.
This is what I believe they are referencing in your directions. I just think the navigation instructions were incomplete.
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