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Feb 18, 2008
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I've just started up Lightroom on a new PC (XPS 15 with 3840 x 2140 resolution) and I can't read LR text. How do I adjust LR text size?

I think you need to restart LR after changing the font size.
In preferences, navigate to the tab labeled "Interface". There is a section named Panels with a drop down list box for font size. Choose a size suitable for a person over 40 ;)
Thanks; I chose a font size suitable for a person past 70!
Thanks for this post and the replies. With a larger font, Lightroom becomes much easier to use.
The problem is Lightroom is developed by young people, all under 50 I imagine.

Even after cataract surgery and excellent correctly adjusted intra-ocular lenses plus glasses as necessary, one's visual acuity may decline gradually. Adobe should bear this in mind.
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