Screen Resolution/Text Size
This site is best viewed at a minimum of 1024x768 screen resolution with Internet Explorer 7 or higher, or Firefox.
To change your screen resolution:
- Right-mouse click anywhere on the empty area of the Windows desktop.
- A pop-up window appears. Select "Properties." The "Display Properties" window opens.
- Select "Settings" and a new window appears - click the bar with the arrow pointing down labeled "Screen Resolution" or "Screen Area." Move the arrow to the left to decrease the resolution, which will increase the size of the text and images on your desktop. Moving the arrow to the right increases screen resolution, which decreases the size of text and images on your screen.
- Position the arrow where you want it and click "Apply." You will then have the option to test the new settings. Select "OK" if you want to change to the new setting.
To increase or decrease text size:
For Internet Explorer browsers:
- At the top toolbar, click "View"
- Click "Text Size." A box appears with options. The default setting is "Medium" - adjust settings to increase or decrease text size.
- Note that some websites do not allow browser settings to adjust text sizes.
For Firefox browsers:
- At the top toolbar, select "View" and click "Zoom" (Firefox 3) or "Text Size" (Firefox 2)
- Select options to increase or decrease text size.
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