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    Default font size in IE 6

    I know this is a stupid problem/question, but its really starting to piss me off. My default font size in IE 6 somehow got changed. Now the default is so small that it is barely legable and I can't figure out how to change it. I already went to tools/internet options/fonts but it doesn't have anything about the size, only the font face. I remember in IE 5.5 there was a small/normal/large setting for the default font size but I don't see anything like that in IE 6. Any suggestions?
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    In IE:

    View > Text Size > Medium

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    I knew it was something simple! I don't know how it got changed in the first place. Thanks!
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    If you have a wheel on your mouse and hold down the control key and roll the wheel that will change the text size. Maybe you did it on accident.
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    Huh, I didn't know that. Thats probably exactly what happened. You learn something new everyday... Now I'll know for the next time. Thanks
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