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Internet Tip: Adjust the Text Size

It's well-known - the Internet has a lot of good information. If only we could read it. . . .

Some of us have more aged "experienced" eyes. The words on the screen just aren't big enough sometimes. Fortunately, for those of us who use Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Mozilla's Firefox Internet browsers, the text size is easy to increase.

Internet Explorer instructions:

  1. Click on the View menu.
  2. Click on Text Size.
  3. Select the desired text size (largest, larger, medium, smaller, smallest).

Firefox instructions:

  1. Click on the View menu.
  2. Click on Text Size.
  3. Select the desired text size (increase, decrease, normal).

Give it a try with this newsletter article. Let us know if this helped - leave a comment below.

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In fact this is even easier in FireFox if you have a scroll-mouse. Hold down the left CTRL key on the keyboard, then at the same time, using the mouse-wheel scroll towards you to increase the text, or scroll away from you to decrease the size.This even works in Microsoft Word 2002 (XP).

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