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Some fonts are printing in bold

Im trying to print a document from word, & in the print preview it looks like i want it to (some words i put in bold) but when it prints it shows more words in bold then supposed to be.

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Try replacing your Print Driver on the computer. Think of printers as dumb beasts. They only do things as they are told.

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I just want to be able to enlarge my print size


  • Simply press and hold down the "control" key, while pressing the "plus sign" key. Be sure to keep the "control key" depressed while you press the "plus sign" key. Each repetition will enlarge the text. This can make reading small text SO much easier!
  • To return the text back to its original size (being polite to the next user), simply press, and hold down the "control" key and the "minus sign" key. Each repetition will decrease the text size

  • Log on to your computer and open the document you want to print. Click on the "Print Preview" button on the toolbar.
  • 2 Click on the "File" menu and choose "Print Preview" from the drop-down list if the "Print Preview" button is not available. The "Print Preview" function will show you exactly what the finished print will look like.
  • 3 Click the "Close" button to close the Print Preview window, then highlight the entire document and click on the "Format" menu. Choose "Font" from the drop-down list and change the font.
  • 4 Click the "Print Preview" button again to see the finished print. Continue to adjust the font size until the print looks good
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    I have a hp deskjet 2400 and im trying to print a document off microsoft word. When i preview the page everything is there but when printed only half prints. Is there a setting or something that isnt...


    it sounds like the word document that you made has some time of border or wrong setting. it may look fine on print preview but still print out improperly. if possible copy all txt and then open new word document and passed it and try printing it from the new document

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    Letters are too small


  • Open the document and make necessary changes:-

    Click on the "File" menu and choose "Print Preview" from the menu. You will see a picture showing you how your finished document will look on the printed page.

  • Make the font larger if you wish. To change the font for the entire document hold the "Ctrl" key down and press the "A" key. Then click on the "Format" menu to adjust the font size.

  • Click the "File" menu and choose "Print Preview" again to see how the finished document will look. Continue to adjust the font until the document looks just the way you want.


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    I want short cuts in ms word


    You can use this
    Ctrl + A Select all contents of the page. Ctrl + B Bold highlighted selection. Ctrl + C Copy selected text. Ctrl + E Aligns the line or selected text to the center of the screen. Ctrl + F Open find box. Ctrl + I Italic highlighted selection. Ctrl + J Aligns the selected text or line to justify the screen. Ctrl + K Insert link. Ctrl + L Aligns the line or selected text to the left of the screen.
    Ctrl + M Indent the paragraph. Ctrl + P Open the print window. Ctrl + R Aligns the line or selected text to the right of the screen. Ctrl + T Create a hanging indent. Ctrl + U Underline highlighted selection. Ctrl + V Paste. Ctrl + X Cut selected text. Ctrl + Y Redo the last action performed. Ctrl + Z Undo last action. Ctrl + Shift + F Change the font. Ctrl + Shift + > Increase selected font +1pts up to 12pt and then increases font +2pts. Ctrl + ] Increase selected font +1pts. Ctrl + Shift + < Decrease selected font -1pts if 12pt or lower, if above 12 decreases font by +2pt. Ctrl + [ Decrease selected font -1pts. Ctrl + Shift + * View or hide non printing characters. Ctrl + Moves one word to the left. Ctrl + Moves one word to the right. Ctrl + Moves to the beginning of the line or paragraph. Ctrl + Moves to the end of the paragraph. Ctrl + Del Deletes word to right of cursor. Ctrl + Backspace Deletes word to left of cursor. Ctrl + End Moves the cursor to the end of the document. Ctrl + Home Moves the cursor to the beginning of the document. Ctrl + Spacebar Reset highlighted text to the default font. Ctrl + 1 Single-space lines. Ctrl + 2 Double-space lines. Ctrl + 5 1.5-line spacing. Ctrl + Alt + 1 Changes text to heading 1. Ctrl + Alt + 2 Changes text to heading 2. Ctrl + Alt + 3 Changes text to heading 3. Ctrl + F1 Open the Task Pane. F1 Open Help. Alt + Ctrl + F2 Open new document. Ctrl + F2 Display the print preview. Shift + F3 Change the text in Microsoft Word from upper to lower case or a capital letter at the beginning of every word. Shift + Insert Paste. F4 Repeat the last action performed (Word 2000+) F5 Open the find, replace, and go to window in Microsoft Word. Ctrl + Shift + F6 Opens to another open Microsoft Word document. F7 Spell and grammar check selected text and/or document. Shift + F7 Runs a Thesaurus check on the word highlighted. F12 Save as. Shift + F12 Save. Ctrl + Shift + F12 Prints the document. Alt + Shift + D Insert the current date. Alt + Shift + T Insert the current time.

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    I have a photosmart 4650...when I print from a web page, the print is so small I cant read it. How do I change the font size?


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    That entirely depends on what you are printing. A printerwill only produce what it is given.

    If you are printing your own document then you change the font in the documentbefore printing or select the font before you start.

    However I suspect the reason you are asking this is because you are printing apdf document from the internet. In which case the font is fixed.

    If so, then you will have to copy and paste the document in to a word processorlike Word, highlight it all and the increase the font. You will then have toreformat the whole document as the increased font will throw the orginalformatting all out of line.

    When you have straightened it all up then print it off.
    ALTERNATIVELY, if you are printing on ordinary web page then you need to follow the below instruction
    Instructions
    1. 1 Go to theweb page that you want to print and right-click it. Click "PrintPreview." If you want to print part of the page, highlight the contentthat you want to print and right-click the selection. Click "PrintPreview." 2. 2 Click the "Page Setup" icon located onthe top of the Print Preview window to launch the Page Setup dialog box. Click"Change Font." 3. 3 Select the font you want to use in the"Size" window. If you want to change the font type, make yourselection in the "Font" window. Click "OK" to save thechanges and click "OK" again. 4. 4 Turn on your printer if it is not on. Click the"Print" icon on the Print Preview window to print your web page.

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    Everytime that I try to print a document, I am getting a lot of boxes. I am not getting the words printed that I need.


    Hi Goody2Shoes6, what a great nickname!

    If the boxes are a rectangle for every letter, try changing the font, especially if the printer is an old model and the font is recent, if it does it for every font, type up a letter (or type =rand(3) in word and it will put some blurb up for you) then press the Alt key at same time Print Scrn key. Then open paint and go to edit menu / paste. go File Print preferences and set the page to 1 by 1 pages, File / Print preview, if good Print.

    The printer should print it, as it is taking it as a picture file, if that same font won't print straight from word (and gives you little squares) it means the printer doesn't have that font listed in it's memory

    If it is the case, buy a new printer, or use an older font that works.

    :-)

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    Font misbehavior


    Melissa, try saving your Microsoft Word document as a standard ASCII text only document (File > Save As), then use that new non-Word document to copy and paste. This avoids all the strange text formatting and problem codes from Word. Format your text in Dreamweaver and perhaps try using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for formatting your pages.
    Best of luck!

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    Condensed printing


    Is it comming out half size?
    There is a paper save mode on many printers what will reduce 50 percent to put 2 images on one piece of paper,
    If your printer has that feature, turn it off.
    Make sure you also do a print preview before printing and see exactly how your document is set up.
    There may be a simple setting in the print properties on the driver or on the Word processor program you are running that needs reset.
    Something simple, I think print preview is the place your going to be able to work out this issue.

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    Hi, You can try: 1. go to Start, Printer and Faxes, right click on your 3745, click on Properties, Printing Preference; 2. Check to see if you have any Advanced tab or button; 3. Check if you can set the printer to text only; 4. Check if you can set the printer to use black ink only. 5. In MS Word, verify through the use of Print Preview that your document is as you would want to be printed; 6. In some instances you may have to set manually text color in MS Word. While your document is open, click Ctrl + A to select all, then choose font color to "Black". Alternately, in your MS Word, you can click on "Format", "Font", "Font Color" set to "Black" rather than "Automatic" and set this as the "Default" setting. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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