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  • How do I resize the text size in money
    Monday, September 1, 2014 3:44 PM

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  • The ways that are available are

    1.  Buy a bigger monitor for your desktop computer.  You may find that to be a stupid suggestion, but think about it.  You deserve it.  There are some reasonably priced 24 inch monitors with dots that are a little larger. http://www.buy.com/cat/lcd-monitor-flat-screen-display/17154.html The LCD is only going to help if it has bigger pixels. You would want the 1920x1080 rather than 1920 x 1200 to get bigger dots. For bigger pixels, you want fewer pixels in a given area.  To be sharpest, the monitor should use a digital interface such as
    DVI. Your video card would need to have support for that.

    2.  Switch to a lower resolution if using a glass monitor.  i.e.,
    if using 1280 by 1024, switch to 1024 by 768.  This is least

    3.  On a blank spot on the desktop, right click and choose ScreenResolution in Windows 7, and
    Properties->Settings->Advanced in XP or Vista. Change the DPI setting to a higher number.  This will have some downside too.  You will have to experiment, and change back if you find the downside to outweigh the upside.

    4.  This only works for the web-page-like pages: In IE,
    View->TextSize->Largest. If you don't see View, poke Alt momentarily.

    Tuesday, September 2, 2014 5:39 PM