How do I increase the font size of the 'monitor' items at the bottom of a T2?

Using a surface tablet and the same monitors I have always used.  When I upgraded computers the 'monitor' tabs along the bottom are extremely small in font size.  Windows 10 allows you to adjust text size but when I do this only the top toolbar text increases not the actual 'monitor' balances like Fed Taxable, etc.... change.

Please can someone assist?

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

There is not a font adjustment feature in ProFile. Our product development team is working on display of ProFile on high resolution monitors including Surface Pro for release in the future. At this time the only work around is the display settings in Windows as described in the following article:

 https://profile-en.community.intuit.ca/articles/1855677-icons-and-fonts-appear-too-small-when-using-high-resolution-monitors

I apologize for the inconvenience but hope this helps

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