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My folder view is large how can i set it to normal in window 7 ?

Posted on 2010-08-22
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i have window 7 installed in my laptop ,
on my desktop the folder view suddenly set to large as show in attached jpg file, now
how can i set it to normal view (Resolution : 1367 * 768) ?

please help me to solve above error ..

 Desktop View with large font ...
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right click on an empty spot on the desktop
from the context menu click "View" and then "Small Icons"
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Thanks VBDotNetCoder ....
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You're welcome :)  Glad I helped
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