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Enlarging the font

Posted on 2011-02-26
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My OS is windows 7 and this question is for my HP GT62 laptop.  When one views a page in IE, one way of making the fonts get bigger, is holding the control button and rolling the middle button of the mouse.
But in a laptop, where there is NO mouse, how does one do the same function using the keys on the keyboard of the laptop. thank u.
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try   CTRL  and  "+" together to enlarge
       CTRL  and  "- " together to Zoom Out

or CTRL and scroll on your laptop track pad
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Also in the menu, View Text Size, or Zoom
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thank u I just could not recall this.
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