I had to re-install windows 98se on my old Soltek PC and it required me to change the font size to "small" in order to run the Internet Connection Wizard. I did that, using the Display>General>Advanced screen where one of your selectable buttons is a choice between "small" (the default), "large", and "other". I have used "large" for many years, but I complied and changed it to "small" so I could use the Internet Connection Wizard (from clicking "properties" for the Internet Explorer option from the "Programs" pop-up from the Start button.
After getting connected to the internet (lots of trouble there, but, finally got connected), I wanted to change the font size back to "large", but when I go back into DIsplay>General>Advanced I see that the option to change the font size is grayed out, and there is no way to change it back to "large". Has anyone ever ran into this before? I can live with it, athough I have to squint and use a magnifier (or use window's magnifier) in order to read the script from several old PC programs that use the windows fonts for their text. I KNOW for a fact that large fonts are possible because up until my prior windows 98se system crashed on me, I had been using large fonts for over 15 years! All I did was re-install widows 98se just exactly like I did back in 2003, but this pesky small font size hangup nags at me. Thanks for any help.