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MS Teams zoom-in question

MS Teams zoom-in question

MS Teams zoom-in question

I could not find a forum for the TEAMS, so I would try to ask it here.

I used to use Ctrl-mouse scroll to zoom in and out while in Teams (actually, that still works pretty much anywhere in any other app in Windows). That allowed me to enlarge the presentation when someone shared their screen. That does not work any more sad

What to do instead?

---- Andy

"Hmm...they have the internet on computers now"--Homer Simpson

RE: MS Teams zoom-in question

Keyboard only shortcuts are still avaliable. A list from application menu or here. For zooming: CTRL + {"=", "-", or "0"}.


RE: MS Teams zoom-in question

I was so used to Ctrl-Scroll, I totally forgot about the keyboard shortcuts.

Thanks combo thumbsup2

---- Andy

"Hmm...they have the internet on computers now"--Homer Simpson

RE: MS Teams zoom-in question

Unfortunately, my happiness was premature. sad
Ctrl-(equal sign) and Ctrl-(minus) will adjust ‘zoom’ in Teams, but that’s not what Ctrl-Scroll used to do. The keyboard shortcuts control zoom of the application of Teams itself, but they do not change the ‘screen display that users use to share their screen’ portion of Teams, it remains at the same scale.

Word, Excel, PDF displays (ADOBE Reader?), etc. – when you do Ctrl-Mouse Scroll, the application does NOT change (icons at the ribbon do not change size), just the ‘working’ portion of the app changes display. You can try it in Word, Excel, etc. Teams does not do it (any more, it used to…sad)

---- Andy

"Hmm...they have the internet on computers now"--Homer Simpson

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