How-To Increase and Decrease the Size of Web Page Content

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Increase/Decrease Size of Web Page Content

Making videos appear larger on YouTube and increasing the font size of your Facebook page are just two reasons why learning how to magnify items on web pages is something that is good to know. Learning how to enlarge and shrink content on websites is extremely

simple. You don’t have to download anything or change any settings. You can change the size of webs page items by using a mouse wheel or the “-” and “+” signs on a keyboard. In the following Internet web page resizing video tutorial I will take you step-by-step and you will easily learn the following… 1. How-To make website content on MySpace larger (This will work for ANY website. I am just using MySpace.com as an example) 2. How-To increase the size of videos on YouTube (This will work for ANY video website. I am just using YouTube.com as an example) 3. How-To increase and decrease the size of web page content using just the keyboard, without the use of a mouse or mouse wheel (using the “-” and “+” keys)

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thanks alot,

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You are welcome aamir :-)

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THANKS MAN I FREAKED OUT FOR NOTHING!!

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Thank you so much! My baby sits on my lap and I could never figure out what button he pushed to make my screen get smaller! Haha.

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