There are several easy-to-use tools and controls built into your computer and Internet browsers that will increase the overall size of the website—text, graphics and all. Here's how you can do it:
An easy way to increase the print size—and the size of many of the other features—is to hold down the Control (CTRL) key while rolling the scroll wheel on your mouse. Rolling it away from you will make the print size bigger, and rolling it toward you will make the print size smaller.
When using Windows Internet Explorer, select the View option on the Menu bar. There are two options on this menu to explore. The first is Text Size. It has about five choices: Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller and Smallest. Choose the one that's right for you.
The other option is Zoom, which is how you can increase the print size onscreen if you are not using a mouse with a scroll wheel. The Zoom submenu gives you multiple options for increasing print size.
You can also easily access the Zoom function by looking for a magnifying glass option in the bottom left corner of your browser window. Clicking on this icon will automatically enlarge the page.
For more help enlarging the print in Windows Internet Explorer, visit Microsoft's Accessibility Tutorials page.
With PageZoom, a new feature on Firefox, you can increase or decrease print size using your keyboard:
You can also access PageZoom through the View menu:
You can also configure Firefox to display all text at a minimum font size of your choosing. If a web page contains text that is smaller than your defined minimum size, Firefox increases the font size of the text to this minimum. To set a minimum text size:
You can zoom in or out on web content using keyboard shortcuts, Multi-touch trackpad gestures, or the Zoom toolbar button:
There are several accessibility features built into the Mac OS X for people who are blind or visually impaired, including a screen reader, Braille display support, and screen magnification. For more information on these features, please visit this site.