Microsoft’s IEBlog runs down the features of the enhanced zoom in IE8, including a useful overview of shortcuts for zooming using the keyboard, mouse wheel or touch screen. It also explains how to change IE8 to launch each new window or tab with a standard zoom, rather than remembering your last setting and applying it to each subsequent window — useful if you nearly always want the same standard zoom but occasionally change settings for a specific site.
Learn To Tweak Zoom In Internet Explorer 8
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