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Screen resolution

Screen resolution, measured in pixels, refers to the resolution of the computer monitor. The screen area setting is an important factor in how much information your monitor can display. Common settings include 800 by 600 pixels, or 1024 by 768 pixels. By increasing the number of pixels your monitor displays, you can view more on your screen regardless of its actual dimension.

 

If you wish to change your screen resolution follow the instructions below, appropriate to your computer system.

 

Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP

 
  1. Select the Start button (bottom left corner of screen)
  2. From the Settings menu, select Control Panel
  3. If you are using Windows XP, select Switch to Classic View in the left hand pane
  4. Open the Display section by either double-clicking on the Display icon or by highlighting the icon and pressing the Return/Enter key
  5. Select the Settings tab
  6. Move the screen area slider to the right until it reads 1024 by 768 or larger. If this resolution is not available on the computer you are using, choose 800 by 600. [Note that you will need to scroll more on web pages when using this lower resolution]
  7. Select OK to save changes 8. After the screen resizes, select OK button again to confirm the new screen size

 

Apple Mac OS X

 
  1. Exit all applications and choose System Preferences from the Apple menu
  2. Select the Displays icon
  3. Under the Resolution option, select a resolution setting that suits you [Note that you will need to scroll more on web pages when using this lower resolution]
  4. Close the System Preferences window

 

Text size

You can change the text size in your browser to make reading easier. How you do this depends on what browser you use.

 

PC, Internet Explorer 5.x, 6 and 7

 
  1. Select View from the browser menu options
  2. Select Text size, and choose the option that is best for you

 

PC, Internet Explorer 4

 
  1. The options can be accessed by selecting View from the browser menu options

 

Mac OS X, Apple Safari - all versions

 
  1. Hold down the Cmd button on your keyboard and press the plus (+) key
  2. You will find that this will enlarge the text, to enlarge again repeat the procedure
  3. Keep repeating until the text is enlarged to your requirements
  4. To make the text smaller hold Cmd on your keyboard and press the minus ( - ) key
  5. To reset the text size hold Cmd on your keyboard and press the '0' key

 

Mac OS X, Mozilla Firefox - all versions

 
  1. 1. Hold down the Cmd button on your keyboard and press the plus (+) key
  2. You will find that this will enlarge the text, to enlarge again repeat the procedure
  3. Keep repeating until the text is enlarged to your requirements
  4. To make the text smaller hold Cmd on your keyboard and press the minus ( - ) key
  5. To reset the text size hold Cmd on your keyboard and press the '0' key

 

Netscape

 
  1. Select Edit from the browser menu options
  2. Select Preferences
  3. Open the Appearance group of option
  4. Select Fonts
  5. Next to For the encoding should read ‘Western’, to tell the computer which types of letters and symbols to use
  6. From Size select the size of font that suits you (for example, 18)
  7. From the drop-down box next to the Variable Width Font field, select Ariel
  8. The Fixed Width Font box should already read 'Courier New'. From 'Size' select 18
  9. To override the fonts used by the designer of the web page, select Use my default fonts overriding document specified fonts
  10. Select OK to save changes

 

 

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