Many Web sites use their own settings for fonts and type sizes, so users either have to keep adjusting Microsoft Internet Explorer (View | Text Size | Largest/Larger/Medium/Smaller/Smallest) for each different site, or they just live with the sites' predetermined sizes. To get around this, all you need to do is open Internet Explorer and select Tools | Internet Options from the menu. Click a button called Accessibility. Then simply put a check in the box next to "Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages." Viola! No more font size troubles (but be warned that there may be a good reason such sites have their own font size specifications; overriding them may distort or alter the layout of the pages, but you still will be able to see fonts in the sizes you prefer).