Change Your Browser's Text Size
It's easy to change the size of the text on any web page. Take advantage of your computer and/or web browser's built-in features to increase or decrease the text size for easier reading.
Use a keyboard shortcut
The easiest way to increase or reduce the size of the text on a web page is to use a keyboard shortcut.
Hold down the Ctrl (control) key and press the + (plus) key to increase the size or press - (minus) to decrease the size
Hold down the Apple (command) key before pressing + or -
For All Users
To reset the size to the page's default size hold down the Ctrl (or Apple) key and press 0 (zero)
Adjust your browser settings
You can also make these changes from your web browser's menu. Find the web browser you are using below for detailed instructions on how to adjust text size.
- Select the "Settings and More" button at the top right (the three dots) and use the Zoom controls
Internet Explorer (versions 6+)
- In the View menu, select Text Size and then select a size (Largest, Smallest, etc.) on the next menu
- Newer versions have an option in the View menu, select Zoom In (or Zoom Out)
- Open the Menu icon at top right (the three horizontal lines) and use the Zoom controls
- Select the "Customize and Control Google Chrome" button at the top right (the three dots) and use the Zoom controls
- In the View menu, select Zoom In (or Zoom Out)
- PC users: Select the Opera Menu icon at top left (the Opera "O") and use the Zoom controls
- On Mac: In the View menu, select Zoom In (or Zoom Out)
- Use the Zoom control bar at the bottom right of the browser window
- PC users: Select the Tandex menu button at top right (three lines) and use the Zoom controls
- Mac users: In the View menu, choose Zoom In or Zoom Out