Accessibility

Increasing or Decreasing Text Size

Some users might find screen text easier to read by increasing or decreasing the size at which text is displayed. To do this you should adjust your browser settings:

If you have a mouse with a wheel and are using any standard browser, you can increase and decrease the size of the fonts in your browser by holding down the Ctrl key and rolling the mouse wheel up or down. Alternatively, you can press down and hold the Ctrl key and press either the + (plus) or - (minus) keys on the top of the keyboard for the same result.

Most browsers support pressing the Ctrl key and 0 (zero) at the same time to reset the font back to its default.

Internet Explorer
Open Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Click Tools.
Click Internet Options.
In the Internet Options window, click the Fonts button at the bottom of the General tab.
Within the fonts window, adjust the default font used in Internet Explorer. If you need additional font options, you can change how fonts are used by clicking the Accessibility button under the General tab.

Firefox
Open Firefox.
Click Tools.
Click Options.
In the Options window, click Content.
Within the content section, you can choose the default font type, as well as its size. You can also click the Advanced button and get more settings, such as resolution, and minimum font size to use.

Chrome
Open Chrome.
Click on the "wrench"  Chrome wrench icon or "Menu" Chrome Menu button icon
Increase or decrease the Zoom. The browser's default Zoom is 100%

Safari
Open Safari.
In the Safari menu bar, click on View.
Click on "Make Text Bigger" to increase the font size or "Make Text Smaller" to decrease the font size.

You can also press and hold the Apple key and the + (plus) or - (minus) key to increase or decrease the font size.

There are always exceptions and new developments, it can be helpful to keep your browser up to date in order to minimize browsing difficulties.