Internet Explorer

Posted on 2006-06-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
Recently for some reason, every page I go in Internet Explorer got HUGE font.

even Google take at least 2/3 more space on the screen.  it's like the ZOOM option in Opera.  Can someone told me where to change this ?

I wasn't aware IE got a Zoom.

Opera is still working fine but I wish I could fix IE without reinstalling.

Question by:Genetic_Wolf
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    Hi Genetic_Wolf,

    hold down your ctlr key and scroll your mouse wheel
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    either that or its under view - text size
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    Author Comment

    yeah thanks

    you're fast.

    I been 2 days on that bummer and after sending this, I found the view text size option.

    thanks for the mouse trick though, that's probably what trigger it in the first place
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    Expert Comment

    tis cool man, i only learnt that one the other day as well

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