Access Font Panel?

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by KootenayJim, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. KootenayJim macrumors newbie

    KootenayJim

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    #1
    nooby here- cant seem to find out where the font panel is to open and increase font for senior eyes
    thanks for the tip
    have had g4 mac with tiger for 2 days
    kj

    thnx again!!! .......and for this forum:D
     
  2. KootenayJim thread starter macrumors newbie

    KootenayJim

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    #2
    wooo

    ton of needy noobies here
    I have winxp in transition so will try n find on web

    trivia
    I was at the beach at tel aviv and got a burger at the McDavid
    BEST burger I ever had!
    yum all kosher
    tap er light
    kj
     
  3. Neil321 macrumors 68040

    Neil321

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    #3
    If you go into spotlight (top right corner) and type in font it should give you
    a few options there or if you just mean your browser then go to file and increase text size(firefox) or safari has a button you can find that in view>customize toolbar
     
  4. KootenayJim thread starter macrumors newbie

    KootenayJim

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    Thanks a bunch! will check it out- on the pc right now:cool:
    kj
     
  5. JSchwage macrumors 6502a

    JSchwage

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    Also, you can hold down the Control button and use the scroll wheel on your mouse to use the zoom feature. You can fine-tune the settings for that in the Accessibility section of the System Preferences.
     

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