As i dno't know which software of reading email r u using if you want to increase your incoming e-mail When you forwarding your emails that time you can increase your font of emails. According to my opinion if you want to increase your mail page then hold ctrl key and roll your mouse you can see the size of mail page is increasing.
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You haven't told us where on the computer you want to increase the font size. If you just talking about the browser screen, in most cases you can just hold down the Ctrl key and press the + key repeatedly until they are the size you wish. In MS Word you change the size in the window slot to the right of the font name.
I have to assume (because you did not say) you want to increase your font size in your email program.
If this is so (and your using hotmail as I am) you will start your email...when the program opens look to find a small pair of sissors on the page...in that line you will see the sissors,font name,and font size...click on font size and change the size of the font to the size you want.
The larger the number the larger the letters will be.
If this is not what you want please re-submit your question with the right program you want to increase your font size in.
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To increase/decrease the font size,
1. Right click on the desk top screen (or double click on control panel, then choose personalize icon)
2. Under "Task" double click " adjust font size (dpi)" then click "continue".
3. Click "larger dpi" or "custom dpi" box. Choosing custom setting should indicate 100%.
To increase font size, type a percent greater than 100 (ie. 105%) or to decrease size, use a percent less than 100 (ie. 95%).
4. Click "ok". You may receive a message to restart computer for change to take effect.
5. Restart computer. Repeat process until you are happy with the results.
The easiest way to increase the text size on screen of your e-mails and browser contents is to simply hold the "Ctrl" key and scroll up with your mouse to zoom in and scroll down with your mouse to zoom out. If you don't have a scrolling mouse, hold the "Ctrl" key while pressing the "+" and "-" sign to adjust the text size.
If you want to increase the size of the font on documents you are printing from web-sites, you have to look for the "Printer Friendly" button, or the "Print" button on the actual web-page. The developers of the article you are seeking to print have to manually do this themselves.
If it's in a text document or something similar, you can highlight all of the text at once by pressing "Ctrl+A" (The control key and the A button, not the plus button) and increasing the font size in the program you are using.
To customize the fonts used by default for reading and composing messages as well as replies in Outlook:
Select Tools | Options... from the menu. Go to the Mail Format tab. Click Fonts... under Stationery and Fonts.
Use the Font... buttons under New mail messages, Replying or forwarding messages and Composing and reading plain text messages to choose the desired font faces, sizes and styles.
In Outlook 2003, use Choose Font... for When composing a new message:, When replying and forwarding: and When composing and reading plain text:.
In Outlook 2003, if stationery is defined to be used by default under Use this stationery by default:, the font specified in it may override the font you have just specified. You can either choose "<None>" as the default stationery, adapt the stationery to include your favorite font, or make Outlook ignore font specified in stationery altogether.