Pro Tip: View Controls

Sometimes the text may be too difficult to read in your web browser. If using 3 different browsers (Chrome, IE and Firefox) you may struggle to find the menu where you can increase or decrease the font size. Fortunately, there is a nice, universal way to make the font larger or smaller on any web page and in virtually any web browser in Windows, Linux, or MacOS.

Windows and Linux

  • Hold down the “CTRL” key on your keyboard while spinning the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
  • Hold the “CTRL” key on your keyboard while spinning the mouse wheel down to zoom out.

Don’t have a wheel on your mouse? No problem!

  • Hold “CTRL” down while pressing the plus key (+) to zoom in.
  • Hold “CTRL” down while pressing the minus key (–) to zoom out.

These options work across most popular web browsers such as Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox.

MacOS

  • Hold “Command” down while pressing the plus key (+) to zoom in.
  • Hold “Command” down while pressing the minus key (–) to zoom out.


How can I reset the fonts back to default size?

  • Windows users hold “CTRL” and press zero “0“. 
  • MacOS users hold “Command” and press “0“.

Still need help? Contact Us Contact Us