Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

Inrease font size in browser's menu IE / FF

Last response: in Windows XP
Share
October 16, 2011 1:16:47 AM

Hi,
I want badly to make my menu's fonts on FF and IE browser bigger, is it a way to do this. Unfortenutely I posted same question on W, FF forums but not help in both cases.
I mean those words on the top of bar File, Edit, View..... I know that CTRL+/_ will do this trick on webpage contents.

I'm running FF 7.1 and IE8.

Thanks all hardware guys!!

V
October 16, 2011 2:01:46 AM



You can make them any reasonable size you want, but globally, all programs are affected:

Right-click the desktop in area clear of shortcuts, select: Properties>Appearance>Advanced.

In the "Item" drop-down box, select Menu

It will show the size of the Menu strip and color. Don't bother with this, many programs will not allow the color to be changed and the size is automatic unless you are making the strip size bigger.

Under that is the font styles to choose from and the font size.

It will automatically increase/decrease the size of the menu strip as you change font sizes.

Set as you wish, it's effects are shown instantly in the sample window.
!