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Web page is to large.

I WAS REMOVING A PROGRAM FROM MY COMPUTER AND,WHEN I REBOOTED IT AND THE COMPUTER CAME BACK ON,EVRYTHING WAS ENLARGED.HOW CAN I GET MY WEB PAGE BACK TO NORMAL SIZE AGAIN? CAN YOU HELP ME? THANK YOU. davidstraschewski@ymail.com

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Assuming you are not in Safe Mode, you can go to Start-->Control panel-->Display

Then click the Settings tab at the top and drag the slider to the far right under the section "Resolution" then click Apply and OK

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