I recently switched to a 20" LCD with 1600x1200 resolution. Text in common\nwebsites (cnn.com for example) appears much smaller than I'd like. I can\nchange the font size using the View, Larger settings, but that setting is\nonly valid for that session (and doesn't work with every webpage). If I load\nthe web page the next day I have to change it again. The simple work around\nis to go to "Internet Options", and click "Accessibility" then "Ignore font\nsizes specified on webpages". That makes most web pages readable, but it also\ncauses the default font in Outlook 2003 to appear relatively large, which is\npretty annoying.\nIt would sure be nice to be able to lock the font size setting to "larger"\nand be done with it, instead of having to do it every time I open IE.\nIt would sure be nice if IE could be optimized for different screen\nresolutions. Every other program works fine in the new resolution, but it's\npretty annoying always having to change font sizes etc just to browse the\nweb. It makes me want to return to a smaller monitor.\nIt would sure be nice if changes in IE didn't produce changes in Outlook\n2003. Outlook shouldn't be changed by IE (unless of course there was a global\noption to modify fonts across all MS programs).\nIf anyone has suggestions please let me know. I'm hoping it isn't an IE\nproblem. I even loaded Firefox because IE was too annoying. I was hoping IE 7\nwould help, but it hasn't.