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Increasing font size for outlook2007  word 2007 and excel 2007

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I have a user who need all the fonts to look bigger we use XP and outlook 2007 , when she opens word, outlook or any  document. I set the resolution to 1024x768 but  she says its too big  . if i choose higher resolution she says its too small.  It should be between the two resolution , any ideas how this can be sorted.I choose the other resolution   it comes as wide screen.

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Right-click on desktop, select Display tab.  Adjust font size.
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Can you look at your Windows XP Accesibility options.  It enables larger fonts, higher contrasts etc

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What about changing the font DPI settings in Display Properties - Settings - advanced?
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