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Increasing the size of fonts displayed in Lotus Notes (8.5)

Increasing the size of fonts displayed in Lotus Notes (8.5)

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Increasing the size of fonts displayed in Lotus Notes
1.If necessary, exit Lotus Notes. For operating system high contrast settings to be recognized by Lotus Notes, they must be set before Lotus Notes is started.
2.In the Windows accessibility options, enable High Contrast mode through your operating system (refer to the operating system's Help for details).
3.Start Lotus Notes and click File > Preferences > Fonts and Colors, and then select Large Fonts. This applies a large font size to Lotus Notes data areas such as your Inbox and preview pane.
4.Select Large Fonts. This applies a large font size to Lotus Notes data areas such as your Inbox and preview pane.
Tip: If the Notes client UI is truncated when the font size is increased (for example, in the Search Bar [View -> Search this View]), the Sidebar may be easily collapsed by using the shortcut keys documented in the View -> Right sidebar menu, providing more room for the Notes main window panel.
For Microsoft Windows users, it is best to change the size of your Lotus Notes fonts by changing your display fonts in Windows, since changing your Windows display fonts affects all programs on your computer. Refer to Windows Help for more information.

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