How to Change Text Size


This site has been designed to let you change its text size through your web browser's settings. For your convenience, instructions to increase text size in the most common browsers is explained below.

Additionally, if you would like to increase the overall size of our website, you can adjust the zoom level. The keyboard shortcut in all browsers is hold down the Ctrl key and tap the + key until the desired zoom level is reached. To decrease zoom, hold down the Crtl key and tap the - key. If you have a scroll-wheel mouse, you can hold down the Ctrl key and move the wheel up or down to adjust the zoom level. Finally, you can adjust the zoom level through the View menu available at the top of your browser window. If you cannot see the browser menu bar, tap the Alt key on your keyboard.


In the Page menu, select Zoom. Zoom > Larger


In the View menu, select Zoom. View > Zoom > Zoom In

Internet Explorer

In the View menu, select Text Size. View > Text Size > Largest


In the View menu, select Text Size. View > Text Size > Increase

Macintosh shortcut: Command+

Windows Shortcut: Ctrl++


In the View menu, select Zoom. View > Zoom > %

Macintosh Shortcut: Command+

Windows Shortcut: + or 0


In the View menu, select Make Text Bigger. View > Make Text Bigger
Macintosh Shortcut: Command+

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The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida does not endorse specific web browsers and does not recommend one browser over another except in specific regards to CM/ECF functionality. While some common browsers are included here, mention of a specific browser does not imply endorsement or recommendation.

Accessibility Policy

We are committed to providing access to all individuals—with or without disabilities—seeking information through this site. To provide this information, this website has been built to comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (as amended). Section 508 requires that all individuals with disabilities have access to and use of information and data comparable to that provided to individuals without disabilities, unless an undue burden would be imposed on us.


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