Can I change the text size on the webpage?
There are several ways to increase or decrease the size of text on webpages. We recommend using your browser to increase the size of website text and images. Here are just a few of the ways to increase and decrease your view without changing the resolution of your computer:
- Hold down the Ctrl key (at the lower left of your keyboard and also to the right of the space bar) and hit the + (PLUS) key to increase the text size; the - (MINUS) key to decrease the text size.
- Hold down the Ctrl key (at the lower left of your keyboard and also to the right of the space bar) and - if your mouse has a scroll wheel - roll your mouse scroll wheel back and forth to change the size of the page.
- Internet Explorer - In the lower right hand corner of the Window, see the magnifying glass and percentage number. Click on the small arrow to see other choices or click on the percentage for set increase intervals.
- Mozilla FireFox - Under the VIEW menu, click on ZOOM; select an option. Windows has a Magnifier tool as well: at your START menu, choose All Programs => Accessories => Accessibility => Magnifier. Your computer will adjust so any area you mouse over is magnified.