Introduction (Please Read):
This document will provide you with the steps needed to adjust your Windows Default Font settings in order to fully view and buttons or fields that might be hidden. The Windows Default Font can change the way that fields appear within programs so adjusting this will enable you to change how the screen is displayed.
Step 1: Right-click on a blank area of your Windows Desktop (not on an icon) and select Properties from the context menu that appears.
Step 2: In the Display Properties screen, click on the tab that says Settings.
Step 3: Click on the Advanced button.
Step 4: On the General Tab, look at the DPI Setting drop-down. By default, Windows is set to Normal Size, which uses 96 pixels per inch to draw themselves. To enable all the buttons and fields to display properly, you need to decrease the current setting size. If it is currently set at Normal Size, click the drop-down and choose the Custom Settings option. On the subsequent screen you can adjust the percetage as necessary in order for the additional fields and/or buttons to display. You may have to restart Windows for the change to take effect.