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Changing font size

We have used the Code button with the & size button to try to get the largest font, but it is not working. Is there an enter button or what other instructions do we need to be doing to get this to work?

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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    I press enter then number 9, and then I am stuck don't know what to do so the function is set.

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    Cannot change font size. I press "code" then the size button and the font size does not change.

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I just wasted 20 minutes to get the font size changed. Press Code and then the & you keep pushing the & and it will toggle through the numbers 1-5 (5 being largest)

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You have the ability to write 2 lines on one label. If you are in this mode it will limit your font size to the smallest. Look at the cursor,if it is a flat line it's in single line mode and you have multi-font sizes. If it's 90 degree line with arrow your in 2 line mode and your limited to 1 size font. backspace and return to single line.

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All you need to do is hold the Code button down and press the "&" button until you see what size font you want. This only took me a few seconds to operate.

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What worked for me is you preset everything (font size,caps,font type, etc) then type in your text and do not press enter just print. Hope this works for you.

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Hi,
I am sorry to say that font size cannot be changed from the All-in-One software. It can only be changed from the application which you are using to print.
Notepad and Microsoft Word
=========================
Please perform the steps given below, if you are printing from note pad nd Microsoft word:
Click on Format.
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If you are printing from any browser, then I request you to perform the steps given below to change the font settings in differ browsers.
Following are the instructions to decrease or increase the font size in various browsers:
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================================
1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Size" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the x key.
A sub menu option window will appear containing the following five choices: "Largest", "Larger", "Medium", "Smaller" and "Smallest". "Medium" is the default value.
3. Select from among the five options by using the mouse to highlight or by pressing the appropriate keyboard letter, i.e. g for "Largest", l for "Larger", m for "Medium", s for "Smaller" or a for "Smallest."
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1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or Windows users can press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
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b. Change the text size to one of 7 pre-defined percentages of the default: 50, 75, 90, 100, 120, 150 and 200 percent. Select from among the 7 pre-defined percentages. Use the mouse to highlight your choice or the appropriate keyboard short cut, i.e. 5 for 50%, 7 for 75%, 9 for 90%, z for 100% (the default), 1 for 120%, 5 for 150% or 2 for 200%.
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Or use the keyboard:
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1. From the Firefox Menu Bar,
a. Windows: select Tools>Options. Select 'General'
b. Macintosh: select Preferences.
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3. Set the font sizes. Minimum font size.can also be set.
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=====================
1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse to make a selection or press the ALT + v shortcut keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
A sub menu will appear containing the following options: 50, 80, 90, 100 (the default), 120, 150, 200 percent. In addition, there are four more options that make percentage increments or decrements to text size: -100, +100, -10 and +10 percent.
Select from among the options by using the mouse to highlight your choice.
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with your choice.
* Alternately, use the + (plus) and - (minus) keys on your keyboards number pad, or the Zoom selector in the toolbar.

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Please perform the steps given below, if you are printing from note pad nd Microsoft word:
Click on Format.
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1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
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=================================
1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or Windows users can press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
A sub menu window will appear containing three sets of options for changing displayed text size:
a. Increase or decrease the text size by small amounts. Select either the "Smaller" or the "Larger" option. Use the mouse to select "Smaller" or "Larger"; alternatively, press the appropriate
shortcut: CTRL - (minus) for "Smaller", CTRL + (plus) for "Larger". The size of text displayed in the browser window will increase or decrease by small amounts in accordance with your choice.
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Please perform the steps below to resolve:
Notepad and Microsoft Word
=========================
Please perform the steps given below, if you are printing from note pad nd Microsoft word:
Click on Format.
Click on Font.
Select the desired font under Size.
If you are printing from any browser, then I request you to perform the steps given below to change the font settings in differ browsers.
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================================
1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
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A sub menu option window will appear containing the following five choices: "Largest", "Larger", "Medium", "Smaller" and "Smallest". "Medium" is the default value.
3. Select from among the five options by using the mouse to highlight or by pressing the appropriate keyboard letter, i.e. g for "Largest", l for "Larger", m for "Medium", s for "Smaller" or a for "Smallest."
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with your choice.
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=================================
1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or Windows users can press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
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shortcut: CTRL - (minus) for "Smaller", CTRL + (plus) for "Larger". The size of text displayed in the browser window will increase or decrease by small amounts in accordance with your choice.
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Select the "Other Options" menu item. Use the mouse to highlight your choice or press the o shortcut key.
A pop up input window titled "Text Zoom" will appear.
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1. From the Firefox Menu Bar select View>Text Size>Increase
2. This will cause the text to display on the web page one size larger. However this is a temporary change.
Or use the keyboard:
1. Press Ctrl & +/-, or Ctrl & scroll down/up to increase/decrease the text size.
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1. From the Firefox Menu Bar,
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