Font size in IE6

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Magishun

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I know this is gonna sound strange but after about 2 weeks of using the new IE6, I opened up IE and it went to my homepage which is MSN.com. When the page came up the font size was alittle bigger than normal. I thought they changed it or something. I went to another site and the font was alittle bigger on it also. I can't remember changing anything. I just am not to fond of this font size. If it could be change back please help! I am running win98se if that helps. Thank you in advance!
 
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Do you have a scroll wheel mouse? If so, press CTRL and scroll up (while still pressing CTRL) to make the font smaller.
Not sure how to do it without a wheel mouse!
 
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<font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">Oh that's fun.
I didn't know I could do that. :p

I usually just go to View > Text Size.</font>
 

Magishun

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Sheesh, that was easy. Sorry, I just don't know much about these darn computers. Thanks again!
 
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Geesh - now I'm laughing at myself, Sig! I didn't even know you could do it from the menus!!!
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<font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">It doesn't seem a likely place to find Text Size, does it?
But there it is, listed immediately in a drop down menu, and easily at hand.

Makes me wonder why Text Size isn't off hiding on the tab of some God-forsaken box, reachable only by an obscure and suspicious button, like Clear Forms is...</font> :p
 
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