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Increase Screen Font Size in Windows 7

To increase accessibility for Windows 7, you can increase the size of screen fonts to make things easier to read. With screen resolutions always increasing, it can be harder to read the small writing on the screen.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to increase the font size in Windows 7.

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Increasing the Size of On-screen Fonts

To increase the size of on-screen fonts, do the following:

  1. Click the Start button, type font, and click on Make text and other screen items larger or smaller
  2. When the Display screen comes up, choose a new font size (Medium or Large), and click Apply

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  3. You will need to log off to make changes. When prompted, click Log off now

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  4. Log back in and the fonts will now be larger and easier to read

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