Thanks! That did it. I don't even have an explanation as to why I didn't
discover this before. I use right-click for so many things that I certainly
should have tried it here. The missing menu bar stumped me, though.
Everywhere else, I can simply select "view" from that bar, but the menu bar
is missing from my Control Panel. Brink described a way to enable menu bar,
and I'm also going to look into that.
"oscar" <oscar@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Control Panel >Classic View
> Right click on white space.
> Select View
> Choose your icon size
> ...Right click is your best friend...
> "MaryL" wrote:
>> The size of icons in Control Panel suddenly became very large. I don't
>> any way (as I had in XP and even in other parts of Vista) to change the
>> of icons or to select something like "details." I used System Restore to
>> back, and the icons were the size I wanted. The next day -- after
>> again downloaded an update -- the huge icons were back. Help! Surely
>> is some way to control this that I simply don't know.
>> I am using Vista Home Premium (full version, not OEM).