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Re: The font size is very small on the my printed doc....
Fonts and font sizes are managed within the program you are using, the actual font files, and your operating system (typically Windows). This is especially true with some languages on the internet - you will need Language Packs from the program manufacturer to successfully display the characters of some languages.
If the printer works with other fonts and other programs just fine, but is having a problem with one specific font or program, then you will need to contact the manufacturer of the font (Or Microsoft, if it is a font that came with Windows), or the program manufacturer, for more assistance. The printer only prints what is sent to it, if other programs work fine, then the printer, its driver, and the related hardware are fine. Any printer does also not include fonts in the installation of the printer driver, so reinstalling the printer driver will not replace or solve font problems. If the printer is not working from multiple programs, let us know so we can troubleshoot this issue. Otherwise, you will need to contact your program manufacturer for information on how to manage fonts or the manufacturer of your specific font.
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If the document is a word document you can chain the font size and type of font from the drop down menu showing the font and size of font.
If the document to print is a pdf file you cannot change the font size. All you can do is to increase the size of the dcumrnt by zooming the document and then print as is seen on the screen by choosing option and print as on screen.
Print is so small? Are you talking about on a piece of paper you
printed out that it is small? If so what program did you use to print
it? If it's a document in something like Microsoft Word, you just
highlight the text and increase the Font Size.
If you are talking about the fonts on the screen and webpages being
small you can Right Click on an open space on the desktop and select
Properties to get the Display to open. Or you can click Start/Control
Panel and look for Display or Appearance and Personalization. Open the
display then select the Appearance tab and change the Font Size. It can be Normal, Large or Extra Large.
the size is determined by the document itself...If you click on preview on files ..you will see how large they will be ..In this window ..click on shrink to fit..if you wan to print it that way ..or ..on the document itself ..change the font's size ...This will probably lead to split it in 2 sheets if the new size will not fit one page if you are printing from a test doc..just change teh font ..if you operate on word..select the whole written text ..and change the size in the font bar
Usually emails are compressed in such a way that they take very little space therefore their font sizes are always small. Due to this before printing you are supposed to increase the font size before printing is done otherwise the prints are bound to come out small like font size 3 or 4. The best way to do this is to increase the size of the display before printing is done. you can increase the display size by using the ctrl and + keys. Press down the ctrl and press the + accordingly and the display will become bolderdo this to the document print preview before printing. Hope this solution has been helpful? Please feel free to request further assistance. Happy new year to you.
Font type and size are usually set in the document processing application. If it's a word .doc,you set the size in Word. Anything you can paste to Wordpad,highlight the text and set the font size in the toolbar.
If you are trying to print emails directly, you must change font size in Internet Explorer options for font size which controls email print size in Outlook Express. You may copy to a Word doc to control fonts there.
Yes! there is, what you have to do is Copy(Ctrl+C) the texts that you want to print and open Microsoft word (MSWord), Paste(Ctrl+V) what you have copied to the document then edit the font size.After you get the font size that you want, do the Printing. You can find the font type and font size options at the upper left of your Microsoft Word environment.... Good Luck.
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Well before printing, you can copy & paste it on a word document. After that, increase font or change colour.
You can do file \ print \ properties \effetcs tab \ % of normal size! Here you can increase the size using the slider.
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Fonts and sizes are typically controlled by the application you are using. Are you sure you are increasing the font size? I've had some users confused by the zoom feature which is more like a magnifying lens. It just makes thing larger for viewing purposes and does not affect the print size. To change the actual font size of a document already created you would first highlight the text in the document. In Word (other applications are similar) you would then select Format from the main menu bar, then select Font. In the next box that appears you would click on the Font tab, and then in the Size field select a larger font size. After that click on OK and you should see your font size change.
Let us know if that was your problem or not.