If you have trouble viewing a Web page using Internet Explorer, you can override the fonts used by the page designer.

To do so, use the Accessibility feature to Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages.

Once you have configured this setting, you can use View / Text Size, or hold the CTRL key as you scroll the mouse wheel, to adjust the font size.

To configure the setting in Internet Explorer 6.0:

1. On the Tools menu, press Internet Options.

2. On the General tab, press the Accessibility button.

3. Check the Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages box.

4. Press OK and OK.

NOTE: See How can I use the registry to override the font size on a Web page?