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    When first installing XP it gave me the option somewhere to change the fonts smoothing and visual appearence on screen, this cinsisted of it showing several versions and asking which colour looked better etc..

    Having re-installed XP (3rd time now ) I cannot remember where the option to change it is located. Anyone else have a clue?

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    Hi Mike,

    I don't know of anything like that, but I found that if you open "control Panel", then click on "Appearance and Themes", there will be a box in the upper left corner where it says "see also". Fonts is one option to choose. Maybe that'll help??

    Ed

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      Control Panel>Display>Appearance for which font, and size
      Control Panel>System>Advanced for font smoothing
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