I think what Bob was referring to was the Windows font that you can set for your entire system. Right click on a blank place on your desktop, select Properties on the pop-up menu, and then the Settings tab. In the Font Size box, you have only two choices: Large Fonts or Small Fonts. Some UFT windows expect the small font, and if your PC is set for the large ones, you may lose parts of the window. If you do change the font size, you probably will have to re-boot your computer to have the change take effect.
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