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Saturday, March 5, 2011

How to Change the Default Fonts in Windows 7



This will show you how to change most or all of the default fonts in Windows 7 for Active Title Bar, Icon, Inactive Title Bar, Menu, Message Box, Palette Title, Selected Items, ToolTip, and various Dialog Box text and buttons.

Note: Changing a Windows 7 font doesn't change your program fonts.

Instructions:

  • Right click on a empty space on the desktop and click on Personalize.
  • Click on the Window Color link at the bottom of the window.

  • Click on the Advanced appearance settings link.

  • Select a Item that you want to change the font for, not all of these items will have a font for them.

  • To Change the Item Font - Click on the Font drop down menu and select a font.

  • To Change the Item Font Size - Click on the Size drop down menu and select a number for the size. The higher the number, the larger the size.

  • To Change the Item Font Color - Click on the Color drop down menu and select a color.

  • To Have the Item Font in Bold - Click the B button to highlight it. If it is not highlighted, then the font will not be in bold.

  • To Have the Item Font in Italic - Click on the I button to highlight it. If it is not highlighted, then the font will not be in italic.

  • Repeat the above steps until you have changed all of the fonts for the items that you wanted.

  • When done, click on OK.

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