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I depends upon what you are printing from. For example, if you are printing from a web page, sometimes there is a selection available on the web site to increase the size.
If the problem is the size that is printing out, I usually do a "cut and paste" of the text from the web page and then paste it onto a blank document page. You can then change the font and/or size of the text.
One other suggestions is in the "printer" settings, select the choice for "no borders" or "no margins" and that will allow the text to expand slightly.
Create Menu tab right click
in the top of screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select
the menu bar
This will add to your
screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
select the View from the drop down list will be a Zoom with percentages % and
text sizes largest to smallest and Full screen option Increase the Font Size in Email
Email font size is easily controlled while composing
messages, but the messages you receive have been sized by the sender.
Some contacts may be perfectly comfortable writing in size
8, but such text can be a strain on the eyes, even with good reading glasses.
The printed hard copies of email messages with small text
are even more difficult to read.
There are a few ways to quickly change font size for ease of
reading and better quality print-outs.
Open an email message with particularly small text. Increase the email font
size of the text using step 2, 3 or 4.
Click on the "View" selection from the menu bar.
Roll the mouse pointer over the "Zoom" choice.
Click on one of the choices that is greater than 100
Click "View" and cover "Zoom" to make a
larger choice if the first choice does not increase the text size sufficiently.
Click the "View" option on the menu bar. Roll
the cursor over the "Text Size" selection.
Choose one of the options that will increase the text size.
For instance, if the current size marked with the dot is
"Medium," then click "Larger" or "Largest" to
make the print appear bigger.
Use a mouse with a wheel to increase the email font size.
Press and hold the "Ctrl" key while rolling the
wheel on the mouse.
The text will shrink as you roll in one direction, and grow
bigger as you roll in the other.
Change font size before printing.
Click the "File" option on the menu bar.
Click "Print Preview."
Click the "Size" drop down which may display
"100%," or "Shrink to fit."
Select a choice greater than 100 percent to increase text
Click the "Print" button to view the
results on a hard copy.
You cannot change the font size if you are using the web page. What I can suggest is to highlight the text that you want to print, then you should have an applications like a Microsoft word, excel, power point etc.,
Paste it on that application, in that way you can now change the font size and also the font phase.
I hope it help you a lot!
Good luck :)
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.
Right click on web page, choose select-all. Right click again click print preview, goto top tool bar and click full view (mouse over icon), then choose Custom from the Change Print Size drop-down menu. Specify how large you would like the webpage to be printed by setting a percentage in the Custom Size text box. This will enlarge the printed size of the entire webpage, but it might result in some of the webpage being cut off on the printed document. Usually you have more than one page to print. This is one way, maybe someone else can give a better way. Good luck.
1.From your Browser you can change text size in the browser.
I am using Internet Explorer for this example
Click on View from the top tool bar, Select Text Size.. you can increase and decrease the text size of a web page.
2.Before you print check Print Preview and Increse the page size.
My Browser defualt to Shrink to Fit,
I can change that to 120% and it will print the page very large.
Most programs in Windows will offer a Print Preivew
there you can make adjustments, and this can also be accomplished with Page Set Up..