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iMac - The screen display very large


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This might sound funny but last night my cat walked on my keyboard. I don't know how it did it but it made the screen display very large about 6 times larger than the screen and I can't reset it back to normal. It has made my mac almost imposable to use. I would be very pleased if someone could help.
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Your cat probably did a 3 key selection which set Zoom on - check out Sys Preferences/Universal Access/Seeing
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Thank you for your help , It worked.
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U just need to reprogram the cat now
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