To increase the text size in Microsoft Internet Explorer, select VIEW, then TEXT SIZE, then select the size you are comfortable with.
To increase the text size in Netscape and Firefox, use CTRL and the '+' key. To reduce the text size use CTRL and the ‘–‘ key. CTRL and ‘0’ sets the text to the site’s standard size, the default setting for text throughout the site.
Use the APPLE key (on some keyboards it is called the CMD key) and ‘+’ key to increase the text size, APPLE/CMD and ‘–‘ to decrease the text size and APPLE/CMD and ‘0’ to set the text to the site’s standard size.
If you’re a Windows user with a scroll-wheel mouse, you can use CTRL and the scroll-wheel to increase text size.
If you do not use Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox, then look at your browser help section for tips on increasing text size.
To move to the next link, click TAB.
To move to the previous link, click SHIFT TAB.
To activate a selected link, click ENTER.
To find text on the current page, click CTRL F.
To go to next page, click SHIFT BACKSPACE or ALT RIGHT ARROW (Macs CMD RIGHT BRACKET ‘]’).
To go to previous page, click BACKSPACE or ALT LEFT ARROW (Macs CMD LEFT BRACKET ‘[‘).
To scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments, click PAGE UP.
To scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments, click PAGE DOWN.
To move to the beginning of a document, click HOME (Macs: UP ARROW).
To move to the end of a document, click END (Macs: DOWN ARROW).
To refresh the current page, click F5 key or CTRL R.
To print the current page or active frame, click CTRL P.
To select all, click CTRL A.
To copy selection, click CTRL C.
To display a shortcut menu for a hyperlink, click SHIFT F10 key.
To close the Window, click CTRL W.
To quit Program, click ALT F4 key.