Lines of text overlap

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by buchan, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. buchan

    buchan Guest

    I've finally finished scanning all the thousands of old posts and didn't see
    my problem mentioned although it could well have been.
    When I view certain websites the words in one horizontal line overlap with
    the line underneath it. Sometimes it makes it impossible to read them. I do
    a lot of genealogy. I print out various charts which I can view perfectly.
    But if I put this chart in a form (rtf) that I can attach to an e mail the
    same thing occurs-making the charts almost impossible for me to read. But
    when I e mail this chart most recipients can read it. I wonder what the
    problem could be.
    buchan, Aug 29, 2007
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  2. buchan

    Cal Bear '66 Guest

    Internet Explorer: Menu (ALT if not visible). View > Test Size
    Cal Bear '66, Aug 29, 2007
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  3. One possible cause is that the dpi setting is to high, I have seen this
    myself. If you have set the dpi to enlarge the text then by resetting it to
    normal should help.
    John Lee Brown, Aug 29, 2007
  4. buchan

    buchan Guest

    If I change the text size from medium to smallest it does help on one
    website but doesn't help on my genealogy charts that I have produced in my
    Word program.
    buchan, Aug 29, 2007
  5. buchan

    buchan Guest

    So when I change the text size to smallest it is too small when I go to
    other websites. Hmm.
    buchan, Aug 29, 2007
  6. buchan

    buchan Guest

    I guess dpi is dots per inch. I don't know where you set that.
    I did have to enlarge the text as it was tiny on most websites. I enlarged
    it by tools, internet options, accessibility and then checking the two boxes
    to do with font size.
    buchan, Aug 29, 2007
  7. buchan

    buchan Guest

    I see how to change dpi now. Mine is already set at Large scale so that
    won't help will it?
    buchan, Aug 30, 2007
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