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hi experts,

I need to run for a short Demo the old "QBasic" on Windows 7. But the application window is too small. How i can resize the DOS window to be full screen?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Raul
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start>Run>cmd

after getting cmd prompt click on properties of cmd , click Font Tab
select font style as "consolas " and font size as "28"..after apply .,ok
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Thank you.

Regards,
Raul
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