Re: Fonts in Windows text boxes
I'm a determined user, but I don't see that setting in Win XP. I looked at
all of the options in Settings|Control
Panel|Display|Appearance|Advanced|Item. If you're thinking of "Message
Text," that's the font that Windows uses to display messages to you, not the
reverse. Please advise if you know where to look.
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RE: Fonts in Windows text boxes: From: Goldstein, Dan
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