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Changing Font and Text Size in Safari Browser

  • Published: 2009-05-06 (Rev. 2013-12-12) - Contact: Disabled World
  • Synopsis: Information on how to make website page text size bigger or smaller in the Safari browser.

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Information on how to make website page text size bigger or smaller in the Safari browser.

Information on how to make website page text size bigger or smaller in the Safari browser

Using the Mouse to Resize Text:

a) Select the Safari View menu to see the various options for adjusting text size.

b) Make Text Size Bigger. This option will increase the web page text size in small increments each time you select it.

c) Make Text Smaller. This option decreases website text size in small increments each time you select it.

d) Make Text Normal Size. This is a new option in Safari 3.0 and later. It allows will return the page to a website's original default text size.

Change Text Size From the Keyboard:

a) Make your selection from the Safari Browser's View menu.

b) Command + + To increase text size using your keyboard, simultaneously press and hold the command key and the plus (+) key.

c) Command + - To decrease text size, simultaneously press and hold the command key and the minus (-) key.

d) Command + 0 To return to a page's default text size, simultaneously press and hold the command key and the 0 (zero) key.

Related:

  1. Disabled World (May 06, 2009). Google Chrome Browser - Adjusting Text Size
    https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/accessibility/websitedesign/chrome-text-size.php
  2. Disabled World (May 06, 2009). Increase Text Size and Fonts in Internet Explorer
    https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/accessibility/websitedesign/text-size-internet-explorer.php
  3. Disabled World (May 06, 2009). Changing Website Text and Font Size in Netscape
    https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/accessibility/websitedesign/netscape-text-size.php









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