Sunday, September 07, 2003

The end of the line for tiny fonts

Sunday, September 07, 2003

Do you ever find yourself squinting at your monitor in a hopeless attempt to decipher the tiny fonts on a web page? No, I'm not going to suggest you start wearing glasses. Although that might not be such a bad idea, there is an easier way to make your screen text more legible. If you've got a scroll mouse and use Internet Explorer as your web browser, you can make the text on web pages grow or shrink by holding down the control key while you scroll back and forth with your mouse wheel.

Firefox users can achieve the same effect by holding down the control key (or Apple key for Mac users) while tapping either the + or - key.

You've only got one pair so make sure you treat them nicely!


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