This article is a repeat of one I wrote on June 12 of this year. This week, I had requests to publish it again for several people who missed the earlier version.
I occasionally receive questions about this newsletter similar to one in my in-box this week: "Please tell me how to enlarge this article ... I cannot read this small print." I thought I'd answer here so that everyone will see the answer.
You can change the print size on ANY web page at any time. That is, you can change the print size not only on this newsletter's site, but also on almost every other web page you visit. The command is already built into your web browser. The exact command will depend upon which web browser you use:
In Safari for the Macintosh, select VIEW on the pulldown menus on the top of the window and then select MAKE TEXT BIGGER.
In Firefox (both the Macintosh and Windows versions), select VIEW on the pulldown menus on the top of the window and then select TEXT SIZE.
In Internet Explorer on Windows, select on VIEW the pulldown menus on the top of the window and then select TEXT SIZE.
In Opera, select PREFERENCES, then select WEB PAGES, then select PAGE ZOOM.
NOTE: The above commands work on normal text but may not work on images, PDF pages, Flash media pages or other, non-HTML pages.