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MY WEB PAGE IS ENLARGED,HOW DO I GET MY WEB PAGE BACK TO NORMAL SIZE?

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Hi David. You might also try holding down the ctrl button while you roll the scroll bar on your mouse, This will increase/decrease the size of the content in a variety of programs like Firefox, Internet Explorer, Word, and Excel.

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At the bottom right should be an icon that looks like a magnifying glass. Click the down arrow and choose 100%

If not click View at the top (or press Alt to show the menu bar if hidden), click Text Size, then Medium

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CTRL and + at the same time to zoom.
CTRL and - at the same time to pan.
If you dont have a mouse or a scroll-free mouse.

I.E. ONLY - in the menu bar select...
VIEW>>ZOOM>>100%

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