Wow. Yes, this worked on Becki's PC. She had her display settings set to enlarge. We set it to the default 100%. She logged out, logged back in. And, played with ID a while. Everything seems to be working fine now. She has trouble seeing her icons on her desktop now, but, at least ID works. Thank you very much, Peter. What a quick response.
We're working next on another colleague's PC. The IT staff uninstalled ID for him and forgot to re-install it. So, we have to get the disc. But, his display was non-default, too, just like Becki's. So, I'm confident that that will work for him, too.
Kinda' sad, though, that all PC users have to have their display settings at the default. Because, on the desktop, yes, those icons are pretty tiny.
As far as I know it's only the combination of the Aero themes and the large fonts that cause the problem. Try switching to a custom Classic theme and large fonts and see what happens....
FWIW, I just tried this in Windows 8 and everything is fine. I suspect
that's because Aero is gone.
If you absolutely have to have the larger fonts, turn off Aero in
Windows 7 and InDesign should behave for you.
Thanks to both of you guys. Yesterday, I first did what Peter's link suggested. I put the display type size back to the default of 100%. My users complained about that, bnecause, they simply can't see stuff. But, InDesign worked. So, then, this morning, I tried Bob's suggestion. And, that did work. They're back to 150% in their display. I made the screen background the "basic" choice. Each of them had photos, though, that they wanted on their desktop. I put those in for them and InDesign still works! Thanks again.