...I am running version 1703 of Win 10 Pro. I cannot find those font settings anywhere. I have looked in Control Panel and also in Settings. Searching for "Fonts" or "Display" doesn't reveal them either.
I am running Windows 10 Pro - Build 14393.rs1 release.170706-2004
Last update occurred on 2017-07-12
- it was: 2017-07 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB4025339)
The relevant settings page is rather buried away in the nested Settings menus.
The access to the font settings is: Settings-->System-->Display
At the bottom of the Display
page, select Advanced display settings
- which goes to a page of the same name and with a subheading "Customise your display"
Scroll down the page to the bottom of the page and select the penultimate line (option), which says "Advanced sizing of text and other items".
Clicking on that takes you to an old-style (white) settings window, where there is a sub-heading "Change the text size only"
, under which is where the text changes (that I mentioned above) can be accessed.
It's really simple/quick to make and check/test/change-again the new settings from that page, to see how they affect the display. I suggest playing around with those till one finds what one likes.
Before I discovered that page, I used to use the WinAero
tool (which worked OK, but was not as quick and easy as using the Settings).