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    Currently, the content of web pages I display is very very small. Is there any way to increase?
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    [quote name='jlkirk' post='772654' date='28-Apr-2009 13:05']Currently, the content of web pages I display is very very small. Is there any way to increase?
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    [quote name='jlkirk' post='772654' date='28-Apr-2009 08:05']Currently, the content of web pages I display is very very small. Is there any way to increase?
    Thanks.[/quote]
    Look in the lower right corner of your browser window and make sure that the "Zoom" level isn't less than 100%. You can change the zoom level there or by holding down the "Ctrl" key while rolling the wheel on your mouse (assuming you have a wheel ).
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    [quote name='Pilgrim' post='772656' date='28-Apr-2009 07:24']Look in the lower right corner of your browser window and make sure that the "Zoom" level isn't less than 100%. You can change the zoom level there or by holding down the "Ctrl" key while rolling the wheel on your mouse (assuming you have a wheel ).[/quote]

    Thanks to Jazza and Pilgrim. One drawback is that now the screen doesn't display the whole window!

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    [quote name='jlkirk' post='772657' date='28-Apr-2009 05:26']Thanks to Jazza and Pilgrim. One drawback is that now the screen doesn't display the whole window![/quote]

    Well then the text size and content flow is under the control of the webmaster and there is not much one can do about that.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    [quote name='jlkirk' post='772657' date='28-Apr-2009 05:26']One drawback is that now the screen doesn't display the whole window![/quote]
    Time for a widescreen monitor upgrade.

    But seriously, it's the rare web site that does not fit in a maximized XGA (1024x768) window with the sidebar closed. If this is a site you visit often, you should let them know they have a usability problem.

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