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How do I change the sizes of the fonts in my display? I have Windows 95 on my computer. When I restarted it, all of the fonts in my display are bigger and chunkier, and it looks like I've got a computer for the disabled reader. Not that there's anything inferior about a disabled reader--my eyes are fine, though, and this magnified version of everything is really too much. Can I fix it?
 

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Okay, under the Settings Tab, I've got

Under 'Color Palette': I've got options, True Color, High Color etc.

Under 'Scheme': I've just got that basic sea green with no other options. . . .

Thanks offering your help, eagerly awaiting. . .
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You want to increase your screen area.
If you have a 14 or 15" monitor, it may be best to set it at 800 x 600 pixels.
If you have a larger monitor, 1024 x 768 pixels (or whatever your preference).

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Go to the Appearance tab.
These are the default settings below.

Then look down and see the box that says "Item:"

Click in the drop down and pick "Icon"
It should be size 32 and below that the "Font" is "MS Sans Serif" size 8.
 
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