How can I change Fonts in Windows 7 pro SP1?


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Bob Smith

Hello, I just want to make the current font in Windows 7 "bold" for
the menu, icons and change the font size so I can read better. I want
an itemized menu to do this not what Windows already shows me. Any
help please. TIA!!
 
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Bob Smith

Hello, I just want to make the current font in Windows 7 "bold" for
the menu, icons and change the font size so I can read better. I want
an itemized menu to do this not what Windows already shows me. Any
help please. TIA!!
Never mind, I found the solution. TIA!
 
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Ed Cryer

Would you care to share?
Me too. In WinXP it used to be Display, Settings, Advanced; and you
could tinker with almost everything. I often had fun with that.

Ed
 
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Bob Smith

Me too. In WinXP it used to be Display, Settings, Advanced; and you
could tinker with almost everything. I often had fun with that.

Ed
I will share.

Start>Help and support. In the blank write "change fonts" then click
the magnifying glass. You should see 30 choices, pick the 1rst choice.
now select the first option:

"Click to open Window Color and Appearance."

You should be able to make it from there. the window that opens up is
similar to XP. Cheers & good luck!
 
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Boscoe

Me too. In WinXP it used to be Display, Settings, Advanced; and you
could tinker with almost everything. I often had fun with that.

Ed
In search just type "colors and metrics"
 
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Dave \Crash\ Dummy

Bob said:
I will share.

Start>Help and support. In the blank write "change fonts" then click
the magnifying glass. You should see 30 choices, pick the 1rst choice.
now select the first option:

"Click to open Window Color and Appearance."

You should be able to make it from there. the window that opens up is
similar to XP. Cheers & good luck!
Thanks. I knew about that. I was hoping for something more.
 
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