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Visual Studio 6 fonts large after installing Asian Language support

Posted on 2004-08-03
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After I have installed Asian Support for windows Xp professinal and made Korean language the default language for non-unicode programs and support for third party programs.
   Then the Visual Studio fonts becomes large and bold and I dont know how to change them back to default ( small and non-blod )
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Go to Tool menu option-> Options... dialog -> Format tab, and change fonts to desired size/style
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