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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Zoom in Firefox

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Sometimes the picture or print on a browser window can be too small, so check out how easy it is to zoom in and out on Firefox.

Step 1: Open the browser
Open your Firefox browser, and go to any web site.

Step 2: Scroll to the spot
Scroll to the spot on the web site where you want to zoom in.

Adjust the position of the scroll bar as you zoom.

Step 3: Open the view menu
Move your cursor to the View pull-down menu on the toolbar at the top of the browser.

Step 4: Click on zoom
Click the View tab and move your cursor down to the Zoom option.

Step 5: Select zoom in or zoom out
Click on either Zoom in or Zoom out to adjust the zoom.

For a shortcut, hold the Control key on a PC, and the Command key on a Mac, and then press the plus key to zoom in, or the minus key to zoom out.

Step 6: Reset the zoom
Reset the zoom by going back to the Zoom menu, then clicking Reset. You can also hold the Control or Command key, and press the number 0.

Did You Know?
The Mozilla Firefox browser won the PC Magazine Editor's Choice Award in June of 2009.

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