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Font size for selected programs

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Potomac, MD
#1
Hi,
Is there a way to change the font size on selected programs?
I already have my font set at custom scale 144 DPI.
Two programs that I use have extremely small font for my senior eyes.
Secunia PSI and AVG PC Tuneup. Ctrl + - and Ctrl mouse wheel do not change the font on these programs.
If I increase the font above 144 it will be too large for other applications.
Thanks
Frank C
 

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Yard Dog

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Central Florida in a small town
#2
Hello, i found a couple of things for you, one is a hotkey that you have to set up . Look at this : ScreenMagnifier

Then , if that is not good for you, i have another idea . Maybe a screen attachment to use , magnifier. These cost money, and i do not endorse the products and do not want to appear to be spamming . but, i did google that and saw several that might work. Just a thought.

I almost forgot. In windows , start, accessories, in the ease of access, is a magnifier program built in. check it out, i find this the easiest way.
 

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System One

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    eMachines MCP61PM-GM (Socket AM2 )
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