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Posted: May 04 2018 at 5:08am | IP Logged Quote rich2

Being electronically challenged I'm unsure as to what I just did but it worked to my benefit. I'm running Windows 10 on my lap top and had always wanted to make the fonts bigger on my Internet pages do to age related eyesight. While holding my grandson the other day (He's 5) he was watching me read some of my go-to pages and sites. He reached for the key board and hit two (or more?) buttons by accident. One was the "control" the other I have no clue to. Anyway, suddenly the fonts on the screen were bigger and easier to read!! What did he do? How do I keep it that way?

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In some cases ctrl+shift+> will increase font sizes. ctrl+shift+< will decrease them

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If your mouse has a wheel control for scrolling up and down, you can hold down the Ctrl button on the key board and scroll the font size up or down.

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Thank you Terry! I see you live in Pittsburgh. That's about 125 miles south of me. Been to any of the gun shows lately?

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Thanks Ham!

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If your grandson is in kindergarten, it might not have been an accident. That's one of the first things my granddaughter learned, and I still have to ask her for help on stuff.

The two keys on my computer are "control" and the "+" sign, and using the "-" sign reduces it.
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rich2 wrote:
Thank you Terry! I see you live in Pittsburgh. That's about 125 miles south of me. Been to any of the gun shows lately?


Brockway PA, the home of Brockway glass. My Uncle worked for them in I believe payroll. He lived just outside of Brockway between there and Dubois. I worked for 2 summers in a Brockway plant in Washington PA a few years before they closed. My cousin is still there and was a dentist in Dubois.

I made it to Washington Fairgrounds this past show but missed Monroeville and Butler this go around.

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