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September 29, 2008

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I have a dell latitued notebook, every time I have a problem with my computer my screen gets smaller. I can't figure out how to inlarge it again? Please help soon, I can't see anything.

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Some time ago, I posted some recommendations on a particular word processor format for creating documents optimized for viewing on a computer screen. The key points were landscape format and 20-point type. It won't print well, but it presents well on the screen.

Yes, you are absolutely right. I also got computer-specific glasses -- sometimes you have to harass the optician because they don't have a clue what you are talking about.

If you have to squint to read the screen, you should get computer glasses.

If you wear glasses, get a pair designed for reading from your computer screen. Measure your height of eye compared to the middle of the computer screen, the distance from your eye to the screen, and go see your favourite optician.

I put that off for years, but did so recently.

My eyes, shoulders, back, arms, ALL feel so much better - and I can read much more easily and quickly.

It wasn't terribly cheap (I have expensive eyes!) - but it's worth every penny.

John

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