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How can I prevent  Windows 7  from automatically changing  my font size?

Posted on 2011-03-08
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One of my problems is  sometimes just a touch of the mouse pad or key changes the font size and screen display of the page I am viewing. I then need to do a  CTRL- or a CTRL + to decrease or increase the  font size that was arbitrarily changed by Windows. How can I set the default so that Windows does not do it automatically?
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Question by:kumarbabu
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is this in office or internet explorer or in windows desktop itself?
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Here is a solution for your problem. All you need to do is edit/create the registry key found at the URL below.

http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/how-to-disable-the-zoom-level-option-in-internet-explorer/

Regards,

Kody
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Start Regedit.exe and navigate to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Zoom

If the Zoom key doesn’t exist by default, create one manually.

Create a new DWORD (32 bit) value named ZoomDisabled

Double-click ZoomDisabled and set its data to 1

Exit the Registry Editor
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