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    Emma_WebMD_Staff posted:
    It is easy to make the font bigger press and hold your control key and click on the + key until it's as big as you like, To make the font size smaller press and hold the control key and click on the - key
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    MichelleR88908 responded:
    How do we change the font color?Or can we?

    Mine is a pale gray that is really tough to see!

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    Emma_WebMD_Staff replied to MichelleR88908's response:
    I don't think at this time that changing the font color is a possibility.



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