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If you authenticated using Internet Explorer version 8 and started Outlook Web App (OWA) and then try to access another email account, you will receive an error message because the browser cookies cannot be shared between two instances of IE running in a tab or window.
You can open a second OWA account, in IE 8 or above, by clicking the File menu and selecting the "New Session" item; a new browser window will open. The new browser window will not share session cookies with the original browser window, so you can log into OWA (and most web applications) as a different user.
If your Web browser is Internet Explorer 5 or earlier, you will automatically be using the light version of Outlook Web App by default. You receive the Premium interface when you are using Internet Explorer 6 and above, Firefox 3 and above, Safari 3 and above on a Mac, and Google Chrome 5 and above. You can change from the premium version to the light version of Outlook Web App by following these steps.1. Sign in to your account.2. In your account, click the Options drop-down arrow and select See All Options, and then click Settings and then General3. Under Accessibility, select the Use the blind and low vision experience check box.
To change the size of text on a webpage, without changing the size of the images, use the browser settings. The following instructions describe how to change the text size in some popular web browsers.Note: Changing the text size may cause some webpages to render incorrectly in your browser.
Internet Explorer 8
Internet Explorer 9
Zoom increases or decreases the size of everything on a webpage, including text and images. To change or reset the amount a webpage is zoomed in or out, use these keyboard shortcuts: