Thanks to one and all for replying to my questions about this. Following various replies, these are my conclusions: -> IE5 on Windows 2K will anti-alias, but only above a certain point size. It looks like this point size is around the 10-12 mark, and may not cover all fonts. To get this working: right-click your Desktop, click Properties. Choose the Effects tab, Click "Smooth edges of screen fonts". Click OK. -> In IE5 on Win2K, it appears that you need to shutdown all open IE5 browsers, then re-open them. After this it appears to work. -> IE6 on Windows XP seem to have this set to work as a default setting. Thanks, Roland.