The fonts used by CCR can be adjusted by the user. This can be very helpful if, for some reason, the layout of the application's windows does not look right on your particular workstation or if you need to see the text in a larger font.

The application's windows and display have been designed by HCI Informatics with a specific font size in mind. Unless there is a specific reason for changing the font sizes in an application, it is highly recommended that you leave the font settings at their default levels.

To make adjustments to an application's fonts:

1. Right-click anywhere on the application desktop. A context-sensitive menu will appear where you clicked.

2. Select Adjust Fonts… from the menu. The Adjust Fonts window will appear.

3. To adjust the font sizes for the entire application, change the value in the Adjust all fonts (pixels) field. Higher values mean larger fonts. As you change the value, the font sizes in all of the application's windows will be automatically adjusted to display the results of the change.

You may also make changes to the fonts used in specific situations on the Font Mappings grid if necessary by selecting a font type in the second column of the appropriate row. It is unlikely that you will ever need to do this.

4. Close the Adjust Fonts window by clicking the X (close) button at the top right corner of the window.

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