Internet Explorer Font ?

Posted on 2003-02-25
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Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Somehow I have managed to completely change the size of the print on all the pages I go to on the internet.  I have no idea how I did this?  Please help!  The writing is so big it hurts my eyes!

I have marked this question "easy"
If it is more trouble that I expected, I will raise the points.

Question by:anita_75972
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CrazyOne earned 200 total points
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View > Text Size
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Thats the menu in Internet Explorer
View > Text Size

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Well, I really feel like an idiot now.  Thank you very much!
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Hehehehe it is a common mistake. What happens in many cases is if you use a wheel mouse and scroll the wheel while holding down the Ctrl button on the keyboard this changes the text size.

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