Small print in web pages

  driving man 20:27 16 Nov 07
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I have noticed that many web pages are starting to use very small lettering.
OK, I know I am not as young as I was, but even with reading glasses I cannot see the script.

Any ideas please apart from windows accessories magnifier.
Am sure all screen settings are ok as many (most) pages are easily read

Regards
Chris

  octal 20:29 16 Nov 07

If I want to big the text up a bit I hold the Ctrl key down and scroll the mouse wheel backwards and forwards till I get the resolution I want.

  driving man 09:37 19 Nov 07

Octal
Thanks for that but it doesnt appear to work.
Any other ideas please.
Chris

  MAJ 09:40 19 Nov 07

In IE, go to View > Text Size and choose Medium.

  Sheik Yerbouti 09:41 19 Nov 07

On the View menu select 'Text Size' and set to largest.

  johnnyrocker 09:43 19 Nov 07

try tools/internet options/accessibility and tick ignor font sizes on web pages.


johnny.

  driving man 10:16 19 Nov 07

Thanks to you all lads

  johnnyrocker 10:35 19 Nov 07

which was the solution?


johnny.

  driving man 11:54 19 Nov 07

tried yours Johnny and it worked---seems you have good knowledge

  johnnyrocker 16:11 19 Nov 07

great stuff!


johnny.

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