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All web browsers have some provision for altering the size of text on screen. Most modern browsers allow text resizing or page zooming from the keyboard: hold down CONTROL (CMD on the Mac) and + (plus) or - (minus) to increase/decrease text sizes. CONTROL (CMD on the Mac) and 0 (zero) should return the text to the default size.
Alternatively select ‘View / Text Size’ (‘View / Zoom’ in Opera) from the menu bar and increase/decrease the size setting for the text.
For Internet Explorer (versions 5 and 6 only) you may first need to disable style sheets, to do so follow these directions:
Note: If you’re not sure which browser or version you’re using, simply select ‘Help / About…’ from the main menu. The specific menu option may read ‘Help / About Internet Explorer’, ‘Help / About Opera’ etc.