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gibbo

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I was cleaning my lap top and dont know what i did but now some of the icons on the screen are now bigger than they used to be.

The problem is i dont know how to get them back to their normal size :confused:

Any ideas please :)
 

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Thanks Dave, i'll check that out :)

Its probably something a kid could fix but they avoid me when it comes to computers :2fun::2fun:



edited.. just tried that Dave and it made no difference.
 
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gibbo

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Who needs kids to fix computers :2fun::2fun:

It worked thanks Geoff :)

Wonder why it wouldnt work the way Dave advised yet when i did it via the screen it did :confused: Nah wont get into that or i will just get all confused:2fun:
 

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Similar, I don't really do dusting, but have caught the mouse pad wrongly before, if you do it whilst the browser is on it can also affect the print/font size too... That can be overcome by using 'Zoom' in or out as appropriate.. :)
 

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Whilst very interesting, you've just highlighted why this very humble and totally computer illiterate is very much aware of his shortcomings.:rolleyes: However, that is the bad news, the very good news is that you have made my day, I may not understand the machinations of all this, but with such wonderful support, I may, just may learn some more of all this. DIOLCH YN FAWR. :confused: I don't speak Welsh, French, German or Arabic fluently, and computerise jargon is a lot harder than any of those, so very humbly I thank you all. Did you all know that English is one of the hardest languages to learn?:rolleyes::biggrin::2fun:
 

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