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Webpage display too big-how to change it back?


lowloader
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Hi all

I don't know what I did but everything that is displayed on a webpage, such as this one I'm using now has gone really giant size and I don't know how it happened or how to get it all back to normal. Can anyone help? I am using Windows 7 proffesional. With Google home page. Cheers all.

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Peter

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lowloader,

If you're using Internet Explorer you should see a small box in the bottom right corner of the IE window with a magnifying glass and figure which should be 100%, but is probably 400%. Click on the down arrow to the right of the box and choose 100%.

Peter.

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Peter

Many thanks you got it in one!!! Sorted thanks.

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Peter

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lowloader,

The possible cause of your problem, if you are using a mouse as opposed to a laptop touch-pad, is pressing the CONTROL Key and Scrolling the Mouse wheel at the same time. One direction of the wheel make thing smaller whereas the other direction make things bigger.

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