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magnifier tool 00 Windows 7: Use the Magnifier Tool for Access [How To]

If you would like to increase the size of small text or inspect an image more closely, on your computer, you should use Windows 7’s Magnifier tool. This tool is also available in Windows Vista.

Learn how to use the Magnifier tool in this guide.

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Using the On-screen Magnifier

To use the On-screen Magnifier, do the following:

  1. Click the Start button, type mag, and click on Magnifier
  2. Configure your options and you’ll see a live preview through the magnifying glass
    magnifier tool 01 Windows 7: Use the Magnifier Tool for Access [How To]
  3. The magnifier can help you read small text or inspect and image more closely
    magnifier tool 02 Windows 7: Use the Magnifier Tool for Access [How To]

Now you have more chance of actually reading this guide!



 Windows 7: Use the Magnifier Tool for Access [How To]

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  • robert

    changed to explorer 7. in pogo pool, table to big for screen,using magnifier at 75% it moves table to the top right not to the centre like in explorer6.why?? and how to fix.

  • robert

    changed to explorer 7. in pogo pool, table to big for screen,using magnifier at 75% it moves table to the top right not to the centre like in explorer6.why?? and how to fix.

  • robert

    changed to explorer 7. in pogo pool, table to big for screen,using magnifier at 75% it moves table to the top right not to the centre like in explorer6.why?? and how to fix.

    • Guest

      This tool is also available in Windows Vista.


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