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while trying to move emails into one of my folders I inadvertently made the page so small I can't read it and I don't know how I did it and how to fix it.

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teddis wrote:

while trying to move emails into one of my folders I inadvertently made the page so small I can't read it and I don't know how I did it and how to fix it.


Try Ctrl +

 

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teddis wrote:

while trying to move emails into one of my folders I inadvertently made the page so small I can't read it and I don't know how I did it and how to fix it.


Try Ctrl +

 

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I had the same issue...Perfect... thank you

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Your welcome.

Also:

Ctrl- will make it smaller.

Ctrl0 will put it back to default.

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How do I make the text bigger permanently?  I tried control+ and it dien't work.  Joan Ungar

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joanungar wrote:

How do I make the text bigger permanently?  I tried control+ and it dien't work.  Joan Ungar


What browser are you using?

 

FWIW, if you use a scroll wheel mouse holding the ctrl key while scrolling up or down will also make the font bigger or smaller.




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BTW, on a Mac it's Command +

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Thank you but holding mouse down with control key does not make it permanently larger -- I want it to be set at 14 pt and a different font if that i spossible.  i have Windows 7.

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joanungar wrote:

Thank you but holding mouse down with control key does not make it permanently larger -- I want it to be set at 14 pt and a different font if that i spossible.  i have Windows 7.


What browser are you using?




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joanungar wrote:

Firefox


See if this will work for you.

 

Go to Tools/Options

Click on the Content Tab

Under Fonts & Color choose your font and font size

Click on the Advanced option

UNcheck Allow pages to use their own fonts, instead of my selections above.

 

You can also choose to change whatever fonts are listed on the Advanced option.

 

Make sure you click on OK.

 




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