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How to change fonts in Google Chrome for Mac OSX

How to change fonts in Google Chrome for Mac OSX

Press â€˜cmd’ + â€˜,’ to select â€˜Settings’ represented by the â€˜Menu’ icon, Fig 1.

The Chrome settings icon in the top-right of the browser window.

Fig 1

  • Once the settings tab is open, ‘Tab’ to the search box and type â€˜Fonts’.  You will see search results to the ‘Web Content’.  Press â€˜Tab’ until â€˜Customise fonts…’ is select and press â€˜Enter’, Fig 2.

Fig 2

  • In the â€˜Fonts and Encoding’ window, click to select or â€˜Tab’ to select ‘Standard font’ or â€˜Fixed-width font’.  Using the arrow keys you can scroll through the font options or click to select from the drop down box. Press â€˜Esc’ or click â€˜X’ to close the window, Fig 3.

Fig 3

Note: If this does not work it could be because your computer settings cannot be changed due to local IT policies – contact your local IT support for further help.

Created on: June-05-2013

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