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Why are my fonts so tiny on Facebook?

My fonts are very, very small. I cannot read anything and have to look through a magnify glass

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You may find that the default font size for your Facebook home page is too small.
There is not a way to adjust the font size of your home page through Facebook, but you can use the zoom function on your Internet browser.
This process only takes a simple keyboard shortcut and is compatible with several Internet browsers, including Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer.

Open facebook.com.
Enter your Facebook log-in information and click the "Login" button.
Hold down the Ctrl key and press the "+" key. Press the "+" key several times, until your Facebook home page font is at a size that is to your liking.

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