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email font size

Somehow I managed to reduce the font size so much I can't read my emails. I saw it happen, but don't know why and don't know how to change the font size back to a legible size. Anyone know how to fix this?

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Re: email font size


doiran wrote:

Somehow I managed to reduce the font size so much I can't read my emails. I saw it happen, but don't know why and don't know how to change the font size back to a legible size. Anyone know how to fix this?


What browser are you using to read your e-mails?
JR
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Re: email font size

Press control, then use your mouse wheel to increase to the size you want........mick 7

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Re: email font size

Appreaciate the help on this do not know how I shrunk the font on my browser.

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Re: email font size

Besides the above, Ctrl-- and Ctrl-+ usually work to decrease and increase the page zoom setting (ie make it smaller or bigger).  Just press and hold Ctrl and the minus or plus keys.  To reset to the default value, do Ctrl-0 (that's zero, not capital o).  Not sure if it works in all browsers, but certainly in Safari, Firefox, and IE.

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