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Typeface too big for monitor

When on the internet the typeface on the page is too big so am unable to view the whole page and as a complete novice with computers don`t know how to reduce it please help

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Open the preferences menu in your browser and set the desired font sizes. It is possible someone has set minimum font size to too large a value. This works in Firefox. I am not sure about IE, as I don't use that crappy program unless i am forced to.
It is usually best to set minimum font sizes and allow the site to set the font to any value greater than the set value. Make this value the size you can read comfortably. Warning, anything smaller than 8 points is hard to read,

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