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Changing text size

Most of the text on the Top Gear website can be resized using your browser.

How to change the text size in your browser

How to change the text size in your browser
BrowserWhat to do
Internet Explorer 5+ (PC)
  1. Open the "View" menu with the mouse or by pressing ALT + "V".
  2. Select the "Text Size" option with the mouse or by pressing "X".
  3. Choose your preferred text size with the mouse or by using the up and down arrow keys and pressing "Enter" or by clicking on it.
Netscape 7 (PC)
  1. Click on the "View" menu with the mouse or press ALT + "V".
  2. Click on the "Text Zoom" option with the mouse or press "Z".
  3. Click on the text size you want with the mouse or use the up and down keys and then "Enter" to select the text size you want.
Firefox, Mozilla (PC) Press CTRL and "+" to increase the text size, CTRL and "-" to decrease the text size. See My Web, My Way for more information.
Firefox, Mozilla (Mac) Press CTRL and "+" to increase the text size, CTRL and "-" to decrease the text size. See My Web, My Way for more information.
Safari (Mac) Increase or decrease the text size with "Apple" and "+" and "Apple" and "-". See My Web, My Way for more information.
Opera You can increase or decrease the size of both text and graphics using the numberpad "+" and "-" keys. See My Web, My Way for more information.

Other useful sites

Adapting a computer to improve its accessibility

Ability Net in partnership with the BBC have produced a very useful site about how to adapt your computer to increase its accessibility. It's called My Web, My Way and is especially useful for those new to computers and new to impairments.