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Not sure of the QUESTION..? Do you want to print colour or black and white..? Anyway,try this, bring up image , at top left click on Fix , at top right click on Auto Adjust then go down to Adjust Colour click on and hold Saturation Slider move to left to remove colour ,right to add colour go to print and it should give you a black / white image. Remember to return image back to original colour or image will return to file in b/w hope this works for you..goodluck...T.C.
Increase the size of the letters before you print them. For instance, if you are using wordpad, before you write anything click on Format, then Font, and increase the number from 10 to 12 or higher. If you are cutting and pasting to Wordpad, increase the size of the font before you paste. If you are printing directly from a web page, click on view and zoom in before you print.