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Changing the size of text in your browser

Most browsers have a feature that allows you to change text size.

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Internet Explorer

From the menu bar select View, then Text Size, and choose a suitable text size.

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Netscape 4.x

From the menu bar select View, then Increase Font or Decrease Font.

  • Or use Ctrl ] to increase text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the right square bracket key.
  • Use Ctrl [ to decrease text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the left square bracket key.

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Mozilla (Firefox)

From the menu bar select View , then Text Zoom , and choose a suitable text size.

  • Or use Ctrl + to increase text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the plus key.
  • Use Ctrl – to decrease text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the minus key.

Accessibility notes

Accessibility features on this site differ slightly from those outlined on the Monash accessibility page.

  • Access keys are not used.
  • Javascript is integral to the interactivity of some of the online learning activities on this site.

    However the downloadable print version usually allows access to the content.