Windows Vista has a neat feature that lets you zoom in on what you are looking at on your computer. This is a useful feature when you are looking at old photographs or deciding what font to use during a marketing campaign. It takes about 30 seconds to learn this feature and get used to using it.
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Go to your desktop.
Hold down the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard.
Move your scroll-wheel on your mouse towards you. This will zoom in on items on your desktop.
Move your mouse around and the your point of view on your desktop will move with it.
Try it with a document or web page open now. Remember to press and hold down your "Ctrl" key on your keyboard.
Move your scroll-wheel all the way to the original view. Let go of the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard. This will return you to the normal view.
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