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eddie460

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My problem is to rename library documents titles with larger type fonts and in color, if possible.
I am using win 7
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Eddie, please edit your post and remove your E-mail address.

1. Support is only given here in the forums, not via E-mail.
2. Spammers have programs that scan forums looking for valid E-mail address that that can send their junk to.

As for what you want to do. You can increase the font size of Windows 7 but you can't do this just for file or folder names and there is no way I know of to assign colors to file or folder names.

What are you trying to do and why? Maybe we can help in some other way if we understand what you want to do.
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Address removed.

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Thank you for removing my e-mail address and for pointing out my error.

In my DOCUMRNTS library I have several files that I wish to rename (right click and choose rename) in a larger font and in color. I want to make some document names stand out from the others.
Thanks for your interest and response.
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As I said before, no way that I know of to do this, sorry.
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