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    Lightbulb Us Old Carvoholics

    I just reading a posting from one of the newbies and was greatly please when I opened up his post. My eyes yelled with joy when they did not have to
    squint and work to focus to read about him and his carvings.

    I've changed my font size to 4 and like it..
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    Great Idea! I can see again

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    A little tip: You can enlarge (magnify) or decrease your browser screen display anytime you want by holding the "Ctrl" key and pressing the "+" key to enlarge with each press, or press the "-" key to reduce the display magnification with each press. I use this to zoom in on websites that use very small text and also to zoom in photos on websites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtylerfl View Post
    A little tip: You can enlarge (magnify) or decrease your browser screen display anytime you want by holding the "Ctrl" key and pressing the "+" key to enlarge with each press, or press the "-" key to reduce the display magnification with each press. I use this to zoom in on websites that use very small text and also to zoom in photos on websites.

    That's handy to know thanks

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    For a temporary zoom you can also use the built-in zoom feature in Windows. Hold down the Windows key and press "+"
    Last edited by SteveNelson46; 03-15-2016 at 10:40 AM.
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