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Windows 7: Expression Web 2 using on Windows 7 Pro

05 Oct 2010   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
Expression Web 2 using on Windows 7 Pro

I build web sites and use Microsoft Expression Web 2 to build and manage these sites. I have been using Expression Web 2 on WinXP Pro with no problems. I installed Expression Web 2 on Windows 7 Pro. I copied the saved copies of the web sites to the new Windows 7 computer. Now when I view the web sites in Expression Web 2 on Win 7 all of the text is way outside of the layer sections. If I choose to view the sites from Expression Web 2 in a browser in Windows 7 everything looks normal. All of my saved sites exibit the same thing, not just one of the sites. I can open Expression Web2 and log in directly to any of the sites with the same results, does not look like a difference between XP Pro 32 bit and Windows 7 64 bit or could this be the problem??

What is Windows 7 doing to how Expression Web 2 that causes the text size to be buch larger in font size??

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