Hard to read the "Properties" Window

debbygranberg

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My vision is not great. I have my code window set to a font size I can easily read. Can I change the font size for the Properties and other windows?
 

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RickXL

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Hi and welcome to the MrExcel Message Board.

I don't think that Excel has that feature but if you are using Windows 10 it has a built-in magnifier. See here: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-use-magnifier-windows-10

Basically, you hit the Windows key and the plus sign (+) to turn it on and the Windows key and Esc to turn it off.

I expect other versions of Windows and other operating systems will have similar features.


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debbygranberg

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Thanks RickXL. That's exactly what I've been doing. It's clunky so I was hoping for another answer. Oh Well, wishful thinking.
 

RickXL

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Other alternatives for Windows would be to change the Windows Settings. From Settings pick System and then Display.

You have the option to scale up the text size for the whole screen or to reduce the resolution of the screen. Both will increase the size of all text.


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