I just got a 21 inch CRT monitor. I like to set my monitor at 1920x1440 when looking at pictures from my digital camera. The screen is then almost large enough to show the entire picture without reducing the picture's sized and hence resolution. But then everything else is tiny. For example, I'm in 1920x1440 mode now. I can comfortably read what I'm typing, but it would be nice if it were bigger. But the address bar is unreadable unless I move closer to the monitor. Adjusting Text Size in the view menu only adjusts blocks of HTML text, but doesn't affect web pages that use style sheets. Choosing "Extra Large Fonts" in the display properties window only makes the words associated with icons larger, but not the icons themselves. Is there some way to impliment a screen-wide "zoom" so text and objects appear the same size as they do when my monitor is set to 1024x768, while still retaining all the crystal-clear resolution of 1920x1440. It would be nice if the computer kept consistant sizing for all text and icons for all screen resolutions so I could keep my monitor at 1920x1440 all the time without purchasing reading glasses.