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    Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    Is there anyway to change the font size without having to do it every time something is entered into a comment box?

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    Re: Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    Excel comments use the font size (and color) that has been set for Tooltips in the Appearance tab of the Display Properties control panel in Windows. If you change these settings, it will affect all tooltips in all Windows applications!

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    Re: Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    Thanks Hans. I've looked but can't find Display Properties.

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    Re: Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    Does Windows Vista Personalisation of the Display Properties help?

    it is on page 3. the "item" is as Hans indicated the "Tooltip"

    Steve

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    Re: Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    Thanks I found it. I didn't go beyond the change of colors. Also, you referred to page 3 of something I've never seen before. It's not one of Woody's books is it? I have some of his and couldn't find the info.

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    Re: Font size (Vista Excel 2007)

    It is published by AbilityNet. I just found it by googling.I have no affiliation with the company.

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