There are several ways to change the font size of the displayed web page text in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox web browsers. Changing font sizes in both Internet Explorer and Firefox using the scroll wheel on the mouse is definitely quick and easy, especially when you don't want or don't like to tinker around with browser menu options or keyboard shortcuts. By the way, Internet Explorer 6.xx (under Windows) has an issue with web sites on which the font sizes have been set with the px unit of measurement.
Another way to change font sizes of text on web pages in Internet Explorer and Firefox is through the View menu.
From the View menu, choose Text Size and then select whether you want to increase or decrease the font size. The keyboard shortcuts for changing the font size of text on web pages in Firefox are much simpler than Internet Explorer. You may also be interested in how to change the font size in Windows Live Mail, the latest email program from Microsoft. Page contents: Different methods for changing the font size of web page text under Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers to increase readability. The Mac Messages app has long had the ability to change the text size and font of your messages and conversations, but the adjustment functions have changed a bit in OS X El Capitan and Yosemite. Fortunately, changing the size of the messages text is really easy, so if you think the default choice of text is too small or too big, you can very quickly adjust the text size of conversations within the Messages app using either a slider or keyboard shortcuts. Note that both the text size slider and keyboard shortcuts will hit the same maximum font size and minimum font size limitation. Changing the text size can be helpful if you find the Messages text size to be too small or too big to read comfortably by default.
A similar trick can be used on the iOS side of things if you find the iPhone messages font to be too small or too large as well.


I’d really love help in figuring out if there is any way to enlarge ALL the text on the screen itself.
I too agree OS X needs a global setting to increase font size, especially as we move to Retina screens and larger monitors. I’m 57, do wear glasses, don’t have a retina iMac, and I really don’t have any problem with reading the fonts onscreen. You can change the font face in Messages on Yosemite now, as well as the specific size, but you can’t seem to change the weight. What I really miss is the ability to use keyboard shortcuts to change the style of any word or sentence in the text message (bold, underline, italic). Now, move the scroll wheel and see what happens - scrolling the wheel away from your hand will decrease the font size while if you scroll it towards your hand, the font size will increase.
Internet Explorer will let you resize the fonts to 5 sizes - Largest, Larger, Medium (the default), Smaller and Smallest. You can now change the text to one of the five sizes - Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller and Smallest. Keeping the CONTROL key pressed, click on the "+" key to increase the font size and "-" key to decrease the font size. In Messages under OS X, you now have the option to increase or decrease the size of the San Francisco or Helvetica Neue system font used in conversations, but there is no longer an ability to change the actual font face or font weight.
Tap each repeatedly to go to the maximum size text, or the minimum size text, respectively.
The minimum size looks to be about size 6, whereas the maximum font size appears to be around size 18.
Another tweak which may help some users without a retina display is to change the font smoothing anti-aliasing setting in OS X Yosemite too.


Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox! Starting with the signin on my computer (new Mini, older asus monitor), it’s all just too small. Adjusting all font sizes is an Accessibility feature that is sorely needed in OS X, but Apple has long ignored it for whatever reason.
So, OS X needs a similar overwhelming feedback (outrage) campaign otherwise nothing will be done regarding the inadequate font and text accessibility in OS X.
Firefox, however, has a wider range and lets you decrease the font size till it becomes illegible or enlarges it so much that you see only one word on the screen (I've done this). I don't think this is a bug because the very idea of putting text in px units is not to let visitors change the font sizes. I know I couldn't resist the temptation myself, but don't play around much with this feature else you can get a splitting headache. It’s worth noting that setting Increased Contrast makes no difference on the messages conversation appearance, though it will impact how user interface elements appear within the Messages window, and will prevent the transparent effect of the message window and sidebar. This has been highly desired by many users but they have not voiced their opinion adequately and directly to Apple to be heard.
You can now use the up and down arrow keys and finally click on "Enter" once you have made your selection. Since Firefox allows you to change text sizes across a wider range than Internet Explorer, I suggest you use the keyboard shortcuts on this browser.



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