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Just enter a custom value

Under the Custom DPI window try entering something like "75%" in the box. It's a ComboBox, a text field with a set of preset options but you can also enter a value of your choice. Microsoft just figures that if you're changing the system DPI you're trying to make it more accessible to users that need such accommodations.

And if that doesn't work, I'm sure it's stored as a Registry entry somewhere. Just hunt around on Google, it shouldn't take too long to find.

(Disclaimer: I use Fedora Linux so I don't have problems like this. It's been 6 months since I've used Vista any farther than assisting others with their computers infected with it. These instructions may or may not work for you.)

--Dan

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