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What internet browser are you using? examples of which is Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.
For the first three browsers, try pressing ctrl+p. that command is the Print command.
Kindly tell me if it works!
Hope this would be helpful.
There are lots of browsers so I don't know what you are using. Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari are some of the browsers.
Usually the browser has settings for this. Sometimes It's as simple as looking for a setting for font or zoom.
Look for things in the menu such as
--settings, tools, options, etc.
Usually the choices will be things like - smallest, smaller, normal, larger, largest. Pick a larger zoom or font and try to re-print.
When you pick the larger size the text on the screen will be bigger, and should also print larger.
I have a solution for the issue which you are experiencing with.
As we do not have much information regarding the application from which you are trying to print, I suggest you to increase the font size while printing.
I believe, that you are experiencing the issue with Internet Explorer. If it is, so, please open an Internet Explorer window and click on View-->Text Size and select Medium which would resolve the issue.