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Setting Windows properties

Windows properties:
Is there a quick way to specify (once) one FONT for all system settings; instead of chugging thru settings one at a time?
Also, when I do chug thru, and then press APpLY, things always default back to Tahoma.

Thanks...vmars316 win xp.2 , laptop

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I'm going with no.

Apps don't have to honor a system policy so the answer must be no.

I can see where some wish for a single place for such but the design does not force this.
Bob

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I found this from ms PowerToys

I found this from ms PowerToys
ClearType_setup.exe
it seems to help.
Thanks

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Clear Type is good stuff.

It took a few years of campaigning inside MSFT to get it out but if you read what it does, you see it can help to clearly display more fonts.
Bob

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