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Reducing the enlarged screen with the magnifier


I enlarged my library site screen with the left button magnifier. It won't reduce no matter what I try. I deleted it from Bookmarks. When I googled it thinking that a new page would come up with the proper size, the same enlarged screen came up. Can you help?

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  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    That solution isn't the right one - how do you turn the magnifier off!!!!

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Have you tried scrolling the mousewheel while holding down the magnifying button?

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Trying to get my normal screen writing back

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  3. In'Page Size', select the paper size specified in the application. If youselect a size that cannot be selected in your printer, a message willdisplay informing you that the setting has been changed to'Fit-to-page' printing. Select 'Scaled Printing' again.

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