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How do you change the font size in Safari, IE, FireFox & Opera


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Posted 21 July 2013 - 06:07 PM

Hi. I am using the latest version of the Safari Browser. I have trouble seeing smaller fonts and wanted to increase the font size for every page rather than using the zoom in feature for just one page. I tried to follow the instructions for using the preferences and appearance tab and selecting the font. But this didn't really work. Only a small amount of text was changed. In Chrome every pages font was increased based on my choices, but not in Safari or Firefox. If someone could tell me how to adjust it (For Safari, IE & Firefox and Opera) so that every page is a larger font like in Chrome, I would appreciate it. Thanks, leader2

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