Lorraine- Oops. It may be that in XP the font size formerly called "small" by Microsoft, 96 dpi, may now be called normal - or something like that. If you have a large CRT monitor set at higher resolution, try 800x600 with fonts at 96dpi for a test. If you have a flat panel LCD display or a Notebook computer, you may have a different problem as the best default resolution may be higher. The LCD pixels may look fuzzy if not at optimum resolution.
The above assumes that you have a modern computer with large video display memory (4mb should be more than enough enough for UFT in Win 9x at 800x600 or slightly higher). Much more video memory might be required in XP.
Be aware that on computers with video display memory shared with main Ram memory, that the allocation can be changed in Motherboard Rom Bios at time of computer bootup. (Hold down Delete Key on bootup to get into Rom Bios, typically). John