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i can`t change the font size on a particular web page

The font size has been reduced, apparently automatically as I don`t remember doing anything, but it is only like this one web page, not even the whole website (it`s the message page of my ebay account).  Does anyone have an idea why or how to fix it as I can`t see a page setup tab anywhere, even when I right click.

I have a new HP DV7...something laptop.

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Hi,

 

Try holding down the Ctrl key and press 0 (zero) to reset the font size when on this page.

 

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Many thanks, that worked a treat!

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Hi,

 

You're welcome and glad it helped :generic:

 

All the best,

 

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