Temporary Limited Text Size Increase/Zoom

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by CamryMyst, Dec 21, 2008.

  1. CamryMyst

    CamryMyst Guest

    I've worn glasses or contacts for almost 45 years and there are times when
    the vision is stressed and it is difficulty to view text on the computer
    screen. Usually it's a challenge to view the small numbers given as
    confirmations for bill payments, sometimes the text/number verifications
    especially when they are connected and always possible mispellings and
    wondering how many I's or L's one has type. Increasing the text size to
    Largest does not resolve this issue.

    Suggestion: If one of the drop down menu items when you highlight a word or
    phrase was ZOOM and when selected, the highlighted area pops up in a
    temporary window or box at like 500% it would sure be nice.

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    CamryMyst, Dec 21, 2008
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    rob^_^ Guest

    Start>Run>Magnifier

    A command bar button...
     
    rob^_^, Dec 21, 2008
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    Leonard Grey Guest

    In Internet Explorer 7:

    1- View > Text Size, or
    2- Click the down arrow next to the magnifying glass in the lower
    right-hand corner of the frame.

    In Windows XP (you didn't specify your version of Windows):

    Start > Accessories > Accessibility > Magnifier
     
    Leonard Grey, Dec 21, 2008
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