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Print is too small.

My printer started printing in very small fonts. and looks like its getting smaller as it prints more.
how can i increase the font size?
i have a hp deskjet 950c

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R u printing from internet...? if yes then save the document before you print on your desktop or copy the document on word and then print.

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