Someone (not me) accidently deleted two buttons from my toolbar. Font and font size are gone. I have done everything I could think of to bring them back, and nothing seems to work. I even had my company's IT take a look at it, and they couldn't fix it either. I went to view/toolbars/properties bar, and they showed up, docked the toolbar and when I was finished with my project I closed Adobe Acrobat. The next time I went to use it, the two buttons were gone again. I tried doing the same thing, but this time it didn't work. Please help me, as I REALLY need those two buttons. Any and all help will be GREATLY appreciated.
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You need to change the FONT size by highlighting the text, then pick format and the font size you want.
Some will only enable you to increase or decrease the font size by pressing an up or down button.
Yes you can install Tamil font on your computer by following method.
First download the tamil fonts, then if you are using windows 7 OS select all your fonts and right click on them and select install option. Thats all.
If you are using windows XP PC, you first go to control panel - Fonts - then select - File - and then select - Install font and select your destinatination where your fonts saved and select all install them
What version of Windows are you using? Changing the font sizes for one specific application would be difficult, though it is possible to do this for the entire operating system relatively easily. I know everything between Windows XP and Windows 8 allows you to change your DPI settings, which would increase the size of buttons and text system-wide. However, some versions of Windows let you specify your preferred text size in the Accessibility section of the Windows Control Panel.
i didn't get the question correctly....there are two types i don';t know which one will be usefull for you..
1. Change the font size of pdf while reading:
You can use zoom in and zoom out option to do that..or Ctrl+ + and Ctrl + -
2. Change the font size of the acual pdf doccument
For that you need to download pdf to word converter and convert to word doccument and change the font size and again convert to pdf file
These softwares aares freely avaiable in internet...
Hope you will succeed
This is a simple work around, but it worked for me. Create a new user and make that account the Administrator. Log in with the new account an then run Adobe and click Accept. Some reason this worked for me. Good Luck.