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Re: text for large size
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here is other options for this error, the first one i think is a page error anf the page error is the page number and the error of the error you are going to look up on that page and you can only get that from the memory manufacture technical support and you may even get i cannot tell you that information because it is classified.
in the olden days it could of been an error in the software program you were using at that time, most of the time it was vedio, audio, text message error, but with the technology anymore it could be anything. again it refering to a page 93
maybe section 5, and the suffex or call letter H
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A recent comment about small fonts in AOL Desktop prompted me to explain how to increase the size of your fonts in your Windows Operating System. AOL Desktop will recognize your preferred OS font size so that text throughout the program will be larger. (To increase your browser font size, which is handled separately, go to the Tools menu in the AOL Desktop browser, choose "Power Browsing" and go to "Page Display".) To set the font size in your Operating System (warning: this will apply to all your other applications, not just AOL), go to your Display Properties in Windows XP / Personalization Settings in Windows Vista. On XP, you can right-click on your PC desktop background and choose "Properties", then select the "Appearance" tab". Look for the "Font Size" menu at the bottom, and choose the dropdown for your preferred font size (e.g. normal, large, and extra large). In the screenshot below, you'll see the steps I just described below. I'm running "Large Fonts" so you can see how it impacts my window chrome...
You can make it by adjusting screen resolution. Right click on an empty space on desktop and go to properties, there click on Settings Tab. There you can see Screen resolution options. Drag the bar to adjust your display as you like. Once done click apply and OK
Enter on a page that has text. Then from the top-right menu, click on Page menu and watch down to the Text Size. You have some options like Smallest, smaller, medium, large, very large. Choose the desired.
1.From your Browser you can change text size in the browser.
I am using Internet Explorer for this example
Click on View from the top tool bar, Select Text Size.. you can increase and decrease the text size of a web page.
2.Before you print check Print Preview and Increse the page size.
My Browser defualt to Shrink to Fit,
I can change that to 120% and it will print the page very large.
Most programs in Windows will offer a Print Preivew
there you can make adjustments, and this can also be accomplished with Page Set Up..
Using Word with VB6, I show how you set the page size to A5:
Sub AutomateWord() ' Declare the variable. Dim objWD As Word.Application ' Set the variable (runs new instance of Word.) Set objWD = CreateObject("Word.Application") ' Add a new document. objWD.Documents.Add ' Add some text. objWD.Selection.TypeText "This is some text." 'Set Page Size objWD.ActiveDocument.PageSetup.PaperSize = wdPaperA5 ' Save the document. objWD.ActiveDocument.SaveAs FileName:="mydoc.doc" ' Quit Word. objWD.Quit ' Clear the variable from memory. Set objWD = Nothing End Sub