Make It Easier to Read Text in Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Robert, Eng

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    To start, we need to go to the control panel by clicking on the start menu at the lower-left corner of the screen
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    Now click on the 'Control Panel' button
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    Once the 'Control Panel' window opens, we need to click on 'Appearance and Personalization'
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    Click on 'Display'
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    Once in this section, we will notice that there are three selections here
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    One setting is a smaller screen, which is 100% of the screen, the medium setting is 125% of the screen, and the larger setting is 150%. In this example, we are going to select larger.
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    Now we will click on 'Apply'
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    The system will ask you to either log off or restart the computer
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    In this example, we are going to click 'Log off later', but in your case you should click on 'Log off now'. The text in the Windows will be larger the next time you log on.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to make it easier to read text on Windows 7 computers
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Robert, Lukward Thomason

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