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I found an example on how to change the font size of an object with the onmouseover event, but what it did not do is change the font size back after it left.
I want to change the size of a hyperlink when the mouse passes over it.

So for the easy question, but I new at this and haven't gotten around to getting a book yet.
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You need to use "onmouseover" to change the text when the mouse arrives over it, and then "onmouseout" to change it back when the mouse leaves...
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Thank You I knew I there was a function that did this.  I just didn't know what it was.  I tried onmouseleave and onmouseexit, but didn't think of onmouseout
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