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When I print ANYTHING, the words are tiny on the actual paper

Whenever i print something, the paragraph or sentences are extremely tiny, idk what that's about, can someone explain this to me? Please & Ty.

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    I gave up using my printer a while ago, but thank you for responding, i will definitely look into it, if i can figure out how to get to my settings. Thanks again kingpin.

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U need to set your font settings thats why the prints come out small

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