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nrobe

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The print has got bigger on my e-mail and web pages generally.
My home page appears to have stretched (horizontally) and i am unable to read the print on the left.

Word, Excel are as normal and icons are usual size.

I have run temp file cleaner.
A scan with malwarebytes and a scan with Spyware Terminator, detects nothing.
A manual adjustment of text size to smallest on the view menu, also does not solve the issue.

Screen resolution is unaltered and set as far as it will go to the right (1024 x 768.

can you help.
kind Regards
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    Kraków my love :)

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What browser, version?
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Everything is now ok - Internet has now corrected itself - thanks anyway. :)
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    Kraków my love :)

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OK. Thanks for posting back :)
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Hello again.

Same problem has returned :)

am using internet internet explorer - version 8 from msn (i think)
can you help.
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Same problem again. 8 April 2010.
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Hi, try this. On the bottom right of IE's window, there is a magnifying glass with a plus sign in the middle of it. Click the down arrow that is to the right of that, and change the zoom level to 100%.
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cooool. Thanks Dude, it was on 150.
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No problem :)
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