Web Page text size

  Nero6 11:50 13 Jan 07

I recently followed instructions in PC Advisor to "tweak" my computer to alter text size with the "roller" on my mouse.
How do I reverse this tweak please?

  VoG II 11:54 13 Jan 07

Hold down CTRL and rotate the wheel.

  Nero6 13:23 13 Jan 07

I didn't explain my self very clearly.
What I want to do is reverse the situation. i.e. I do not want to be able to alter the text size because on a lot of sites it causes texts to overlap.

  Nero6 17:14 16 Jan 07

Has no one got any other suggestions?

  RickyC :-) 17:18 16 Jan 07

If you mean that you want to reduce the text size (as opposed to increase text size) in your browser, hold down CTRL and hit the - (minus) key (to the right of 0 [zero]).

If you neither want to reduce nor increase text size, do not hold down CTRL while either rotating the mouse wheel or hitting the + or - keys.


Cover Disc Editor

  Stuartli 17:53 16 Jan 07

If you are using Internet Explorer, from View>Text size, select Medium and OK.

This serves the needs of the majority of users and also ensures that e-mails are printed out correctly.

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