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DW CS3 - The Code is too small, I can't read it

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I've decided to finally give Dreamweaver a go (against my better judgement form my CS1/2 days) and this is the first time i've tried the mac version.

Anyway, since my resolution is so high (I think), the text in the Code view is microscopic! ive had a look in the preferences and I cant find anything.

Is there a way to increase the text size so I can actually read my code?
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Sure, go to the preferences like you were. Then there should be a Font category on the left column. There should be an option to change the code. As you can see here, I have changed mine from the default 7pt, to about 18pt.
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brilliant! i can see! thanks
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