Making the chart larger in the popular web browsers:
You may be like me and you need to see the text larger, especially the numbers on the chart themselves.
On the top right corner of the screen, just under the “X” to close the browser window, is a box with three horizontal bars. Click on it to see various controls for the browser operation. One is called “Zoom”, with a “-“ on the left and a “+” on the right. Clicking the + will expand (zoom in) the text and the image.
Firefox calls its feature “Page Zoom” and for one page at a time, you can press “Ctrl” and + to zoom in, or – to zoom out. It is also accessed similar to Chrome, using the box with three horizontal bars in the upper right hand corner, just under the “X” to close the browser window. When you pull that down, in the lower left hand corner is a box called “Customize”, and you need to open that. You can read the Help Instructions (click on the “?” icon) for how to put the zoom control on the Firefox toolbar so you just have to mouse over and click on the + or -.
The controls icon is in the upper right hand corner of the screen, just under the “X” to close the browser window, and it looks like a wheel with little gear teeth on it. Click on that and in the pull down menu, you will see a “Zoom” option that will do the job for you.