Using your browser's zoom feature Follow

It's possible to zoom your web browser's display in and out, making the text and numbers on the screen larger or smaller. This can help with overall readability, but can sometimes cause parts of the display to be hidden, or create a misalignment of rows in tables, as shown below: 



Display issues like these can be corrected by changing the zoom setting in your browser to 100%. The simplest way to adjust your browser zoom is as follows:

  • On a Windows computer, hold down the [Control] key on your keyboard, and type [+] to zoom in, or [-] to zoom out.
  • On a Mac, hold down the [Command] key on your keyboard, and type [+] to zoom, in or [-] to zoom out.

When you type these commands, you will see a display near the top of your browser window that shows the current zoom setting:


Alternatively, you can also find the zoom setting in the View menu of all commonly-used browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer.

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