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You can use the zoom function in your browser. Additionally, you may also want to consider increasing the DPI on your screen though this would generally just make text larger. The zoom function however from what I can tell seems to work the best. CTRL and the Plus Key generally should zoom in and minus to zoom out. This is with Internet Explorer. I rarely use Firefox or other browsers but I assume it's the same command or something similar.
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