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Blurry icons in Microsoft Office 2003


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Hai Mac

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Hello,

I know this is not a great issue at all, nevertheless, I still want to fix it: :whistling:

I have blurred icons in any MS Office 2003 application. My monitor is set to 120 dpi and I use 1280x1024 screen resolution. Please does anybody know how to fix this? Thank you

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Edited by Hai Mac, 24 August 2006 - 03:28 AM.

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is your resolution also set in 32 bit? or do you have 16 bit? cause that COULD fix the problem, anyway let me know
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I am 32 bit. :whistling:
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If it is an LCD monitor

http://www.microsoft...uner/Step1.aspx
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Thanks, but didn't help. I think the problem is the icons are 32x32 pixels, but somehow Office resizes them to something bigger, because of my DPI settings. At least that is how I understand the problem.

Otherwise I've got Word 2000 too and everything is fine there.
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ok m8, good luck anyway :whistling:
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Alright, I think I got used to the fuzzy icons. :whistling:. As I said, not really a great issue...
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