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    Default Can I increase the font size?

    Is there a way to increase the native font size for the desktop? I''m using a notebook computer and my eyes are old! I'd like to be able to see the email subjects, text, etc. in a larger font, but I can't find anyplace to increase it.

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    Tom

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    Tom - I sure hope you can get an answer, although the age of your post would make that seem unlikely. I have a laptop with a full-HD screen -- 2 million or so TINY PIXELS. The Zimbra Desktop Inbox list is therefore very "fine" and difficult to read. Common browser-based software can now respond to the Ctrl-mousewheel zooming method, but not Zimbra Desktop. It would be a very helpful enhancement for those of us with "old eyes". :-)

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    Default Enlarging font

    To enlarge the font, just press <cntrl>+

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    That worked. Thanks!! Why was this so hard to find? :-)

    Barry

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    Default Making Font Bigger

    Thanks for the info. Also found if you get it too big hit Contol - and it will make the font smaller.

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