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How to INCRES and decres FONT Size

Recently a friend asked me if I could increase the font size of my posts to make them easier to read. After doing some research, no solution could be found. Currently, there is not a way for me to increase the font size of my posts. Nevertheless, I have discovered how to increase the size of the font on the page I am reading from my keyboard on which I am typing.

Press and hold down the Control Key — Far left lower corner of your keyboard. While holding the control key down, click on the (+) sign at the top of your keyboard, next to the Backspace key. As you click on the +sign the font size of article you want to read should become larger and thus easier to read.

To decrease the font size, press and hold the control key down and click on the (-) sign next to the (+) sign. That should decrease the size of the font. In the event that my instructions do not work for you, please contact me and I will look into another possible way to help you my friend.

I hope the above has been helpful.

Have a simply amazing day!


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3 Responses to “How to INCRES and decres FONT Size”

  1. Janet Gangnon - Kemp said

    Craig: Thank you for your tip. It works!!!
    I have been having so much trouble trying to read all I can on Blunt Force Trauma to the Head, and just what it can cause, and all related topics, but with the way my eyesight is right now, I could only focus for a bit…

    I end up with eyestrain, headache etc., as well as major frustration.

    I was however; printing like crazy, so I could read one article at a time, when I could focus that is; and today I feel I got lucky.. I found your article…Thanks.

    Also thanks for spell check, my spelling right now is not good.

    I can hardly wait till you return from Holidays… I need someone to talk to…

    Sorry to hear about your Dad. Grieving isn’t easy, but it is something I had to deal with as well. At Debra, and other related sites on EB, I am known as,
    “Mother of Two Angels”.

    I also want to read Flight of the Butterfly.
    Kids with EB are known as “Butterfly Children”, because their skin is so delicate, just like a Butterfly.

    Maybe we can talk about that as well, but right now I want to read about your Journey,
    because that is how I feel right now, as every day seems to be a new Journey!!!!

    Thank you again, hope to talk later.. Jan

  2. Samantha said

    Wow. This is great to know. My mother has recently sustained head trauma and has avoided going online because she has a “blind spot”. I think this tip will help her to seek out information online. Thanks.

  3. Hi Samantha,
    You are very welcome. I learned how to use these tools through a friend some time ago. The tools have beeen very helpful for me too my friend.

    Have a great afternoon and God bless you.


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