Posted 23 October 2006 - 06:08 AM
I suspect you have already tried the instructions below. If not, here they are.
The large font or DPI settings can be found under Display Properties. There are two different places under Display Properties where a setting like this appears. The one you want to change is not the “Large Fonts” on the Display Properties / Appearance tab, but rather the “Large Fonts” on the Display Properties / Settings / Advanced / General tab.
Bring up the Display Properties dialog box by launching the Windows Control Panel and selecting Display Properties.
Select Settings tab in the Display Properties Panel.
Click Advanced button (usually located at the bottom right).
Select General tab.
Change the DPI to 96 or change large font to Normal or Small fonts. Save the settings and exit; reboot if necessary.
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