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Accidently changed screen to smaller font need it back larger

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Accidently changed screen to smaller font need it back larger

Hi,

I was in my account going through email. I somehow accidently touched something that made EVERYTHING smaller. I can barely read the email. I don't know how

to enlarge everything to where it was. For Instance when I'm looking at the new email along with my folders on side it changed

all. I know how to change font size when emailing but that;s not the problem. It;s the whole screen. Sorry this is so petty I just don't know what

I clicked on!!!!! lol Thanks Darlene

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Re: Accidently changed screen to smaller font need it back larger

On a Windows machine hold down the Ctrl and tap on the + key until the font is the size you'd like.  Conversely you can hold down the Ctrl and tap the - key until the font is smaller.

 

You can also achieve the same results by holding down the Ctrl key and using the scroll wheel on your mouse.




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