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jen147

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Some time ago I deleted MS Office suite because it was a trial version that had expired and wouldn't let me access it anymore, so what did I need it for right? Well, I soon found out that it supported the spell checker on my OE. Just for that alone I wish I could get it back, but around the same time I deleted that Office Suite I noticed that on some websites the fonts were huge. Examples are ebay, amazon.com, certain pages on WebMD, even Postini. My question is could one of those MS Office programs have something to do with how I'm able to view certain websites? Some pages are so big it's a hassle to even mess with. Thanks for any ideas.
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Doubtful somehow. If you were using Office to make web pages then getting shot of it was the best thing you could have done, because it makes some of worst code imaginable.

Anyway, in your browser, go to View -> Text Size and reset to medium.
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Thanks so much. That was easy enough!
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