In browsers such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s Firefox, you can enlarge text on your screen by holding down the Control (“Ctrl”) key on your keyboard and tapping the “+” key. (If you use Apple’s Safari browser, use the Command key instead.)
To return the text to its normal size, tap the “-” key while holding down the Control (or Command) key.
You also can hold down the Control or Command key, then use the wheel on your mouse to increase or decrease the text size on your screen.
Still another way to enlarge text on your screen is to use the “Text Size” or “Make Text Larger” command within “View” in the drop-down menu bar that appears at the top of your screen when you use popular software programs such as Microsoft Word and Outlook. On a Mac, the View menu has a “Zoom” option to enlarge text in Word and other applications.