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I have been looking for a way to set my default font sizes larger "Geezer mode" so I don't have to zoom to be able to read it. I know how to do it on individual pages, but I would like it to be automatically larger.
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I assume this is for your web browser.

Each browser has different settings:
1. Safari - Safari > Preferences > Appearance.
2. Firefox - Firefox > Preferences > Content.
3. Chrome - Chrome > Preferences > Under The Hood > Web Content
4. Opera - Opera > Preferences > Advanced > Fonts.

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Thanks Vansmith, I appreciate that.
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And thanks again Vansmith!!!! It's just what I've been looking for also!!! Russ
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faulty idea, disregard
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