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try this - when you have your email open - by your X tab where you close the window, there should be a tools tab (place your cursor over tab & don't move it & a small box will appear to tell you what the tab is used for) .
left click on tools tab, a box will open, on my page the 3rd one down is the zoom.
place your cursor over the zoom & a 2nd box will appear.
move your cursor over to that box & over the percentage that you want to increase your zoom, then left click.
this will increase the size of your picture & print until you go through the process again to reduce it.
I have mine set @ 100% until I get something with small print, then I enlarge it for a time.
you can leave it on what ever setting that you want.
Assuming you're referring to the print size of the fonts - letters ..... or the size of the printed page ...
If you're printing from your computer, you'll need to change the size of the font (to a larger font size) on your document before you print, or adjust the print Properties ... to fit to page, or magnify the size of a small document ...
If you're printing a pdf file, you can specify the size of the document using the enlarge (%) before you send it to the printer
go to the propities printer, when you clikc print go to settings, find font settings and enlarge there is an option the option says enlarge font and then go to priview print, if you see any problem again , in priview settings you can change the margens, click on margen and change the page size and try to print
Pg 57 Item c, where is says touch size, instead of fit to page, you should have other options to increase or decrease the size.
Another option it to scan the item to the computer then print and enlarge during the print process
The bigger you are going to want to print the final picture the higher the resolution you will want. So set it on the highest resolution then you will be able to make the picture however big you want in your photo-editing software. Thanks, Lee
You don't say what printer you're using, but in most, there are several ways for you to print. Look for settings on your printer's properties or PREFERENCES that specify whether to allow Windows or your printer to take control of how it prints. It would appear that Windows is NOT currently in control, but your printer. Try looking for settings that read more or less: Actual Size, Fit to page, or % of actual page. Here you may have the cause of your problem. Experiment with the first one, that sounds like what you need.
Right click on web page, choose select-all. Right click again click print preview, goto top tool bar and click full view (mouse over icon), then choose Custom from the Change Print Size drop-down menu. Specify how large you would like the webpage to be printed by setting a percentage in the Custom Size text box. This will enlarge the printed size of the entire webpage, but it might result in some of the webpage being cut off on the printed document. Usually you have more than one page to print. This is one way, maybe someone else can give a better way. Good luck.
Are you using Internet Explorer, as you brower? If so go tothe top of an open browser window left click on "page", go down to text size and select the size you want. If you don's see "page" click on menu bar, it should open up the options available, there. It's right next to tools. that should do it. Also if you want larger text when viewing websites, click on View, and you can adjust the text the way you want it to look.