Some Web sites set the formatting, such as fonts, font sizes, and text and background colors, used in their pages in order to control the way the site looks on your screen. Others don’t. In the latter case, you can change the appearance of content displayed in the Internet Explorer browser window by changing the formatting. You might make these changes for personal preference or for readability if, for instance, you have trouble distinguishing certain colors or find it difficult to read small text on a computer monitor.
To change the size of the text on Web pages that don’t specifically set the text size:
On the Internet Explorer Page menu, point to Text Size, and then click the size you want: Smallest,