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Premiere Elements 11 on new laptop

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Oct 23, 2017

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I am using Premier Elements 11 on PC and works fine, decided to add to a new laptop with W10 and the work space text is so small that can't hardly read it.  The drop downs are fine, the video is fine, just can't hardly see the text for the various functions.  Is there a way to enlarge the basic workspace screen/background as this is basically unusable?  thanks in advance

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Premiere Elements 11 on new laptop

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I am using Premier Elements 11 on PC and works fine, decided to add to a new laptop with W10 and the work space text is so small that can't hardly read it.  The drop downs are fine, the video is fine, just can't hardly see the text for the various functions.  Is there a way to enlarge the basic workspace screen/background as this is basically unusable?  thanks in advance

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Premiere Elements 11 is not compatible with ultra high-resolution or Retina-style monitors, unfortunately.

Have you tried the free trial of the 2018 version? It may resolve the issue. (Retina monitor support was added in version 13, I believe.)

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Maybe.

My guess is that your new laptop has a 4K (high resolution screen).   In open space on the Desktop/Home Screen, right click.  You should see a "Display Settings" choice.   Depending on the computer, graphics driver, etc., there may be some choices that help. 

Keep in mind that version 11 was written before there were many 4K displays or Windows 10. 

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