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How to Change font in start button

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Hi all. I was able to use the Resource Hacker utility to change the icon and text on the Start button, but I would like also to change the Start button's font size. By default, the icon that windows displays is 16x16, and this depends on the font size configured for the start button. Does Anyone know in what file is the font specified? Similarly, I would like to modify the text on the Systray clock. In which file do the clock parameters reside? I tried to use TClock (and TClock2) to change the start button icon and font. The problem is that when TClock is running, my ThinkPad's battery monitor (on taskbar) disapears. So I'd like to find a way to change the resource files (using ResHacker or similar). I'd massively appreciate any ideas. Thanks!

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