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bobrob

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in an effort to push up my 0.03 posts a day, thought i would log on to say thanks to all of the 31 hardy souls who checked out my problem last month then promptly checked out without so much as a suggestion. i know my pc isn't under attack and i know it's not a real teckno type problem, but i would really love someone to tell me what's up with it!!

in summary, normal size fonts are fine but when it gets a bit smaller, i can't read it. it's like trying to read normal print without your contacts in. i am sure it will only take a download of some description to sort this problem. but if all else fails, at least i might attain the dizzy heights of 0.02 posts a day!
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Ok in internet explorer click view, hold pointer on text size, select size you want, i suggest going up one size at a time.

In microsoft word, press ctrl and a(this selects all text) together, on the tool bar at the top of the screen you will see a number in a white box, press the down arrow next to the number and select a new size.

If this isnt your problem please explain exactly where or which application you want your font size increased.
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spy_killer.thanks for getting back to me!

i have to say though and i would say it's probably my fault for not explaining too well, but it ain't a font size problem.

it is a problem reading some of the smaller text in some web pages. normally i can read the text fine, but i must have a problem with my pc reading some of the smaller stuff. it looks like it is a graphics thing maybe?

still haven't got my brain in gear as i have just got out bed and hit the office, so trying to describe the prob is a bit too much for me to do at the moment.
any other advice you could give would be very much appreciated.

bobrob..
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