Visual settings (adjust font size)
Is the text on this website difficult to read? If so, you can make it more readable by adjusting the font size in your own browser. This setting is different in every browser. Below we explain how to adjust this setting in the popular browsers Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Chrome.
- Internet Explorer
In the menu along the top of your window, click “View.” Select “Text size.” If this is set to “Medium”, you should be able to read the text clearly. If you need the letters bigger, select “Larger” or “Largest”. Or is it smaller letters you need? Then select “Smaller” or “Smallest”.
- Mozilla Firefox
Us the key combination Ctrl (Control) and + to enlarge the font size. With Ctrl and - you can reduce the text size. With Ctrl and 0 you get the standard size of the page.
At the upper section of the screen, click "Display." Do you want bigger letters? Then select “Make text bigger”.
Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl and + (Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS) and ⌘ and + (Mac) to make everything on the page larger. Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl and - (Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS) and ⌘ and - (Mac) to make everything smaller on the page.