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groovy_138

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I was browsing the internet the othet day and all of a sudden I hit something and it made all the writing on my computer extremely little, so little you can hardly read it. I was just wondering what in the world that I hit and what I need to do to get it back to the right size !!!
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Fenor

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Hi groovy_138!

Do you have a wheel on your mouse? If you do, click on it while you are on a webpage inside Internet Explorer (or whatever browser you were using at the time) and then scroll the wheel up and down until you get to the size of text you are used to. Then click the mouse wheel again to set the text size and you should be all set.

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Edited by Fenor, 14 May 2006 - 09:09 PM.

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twolfe87

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In IE, click View, roll down to Text Size and choose whatever size you feel looks right.
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Yes I have a ball on my mouse, I am holding the roller down and trying to change the font but it dont want to let me, all it is doing is moving the page up and down with the little scroller button on it. Am I doing something wrong.
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Doing what twolfe87 said will work the same as what I said. Do that to change the text size.

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