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Not really sure what you're asking but if it's the size of the text on your screen then hold the control <Ctrl> key down and press the plus <+> key.

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MAKE MY HP OFFICEJET 5610 PRINTER PRINT LARGER


The only way a printer should print larger is that you should WRITE your text with larger fonts.
You should select font size on your word processing application, call it nopepad, wordpad, winword or any other similar application.
If you tell us the application and the version you are using for word processing, might help you select a larger fornt

May 02, 2015 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have a PT-85.I am frustrated because it only prints size 1 & 2 letters. When I print any size larger it prints the first letter partially. Do I need a different tape or is my machine broken?


I'm thinking that if the print is larger than the tape then you will need a larger tape it it is available
talk the problem out with your local office supply shop

Apr 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Want to make print larger


You'll need to make the print larger in your document, Alvin - on the computer, not at the printer.

Aug 23, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The print is too small. How do I adjust print larger?


Holding down the Ctrl key turns the mouse wheel into a size changer...up is larger and down is smaller. You can also hold down the Ctrl key and repeatedly press the + key for larger or - key for smaller.

Sep 20, 2013 | Yahoo Mail

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When I am on the internet and want to print something, how can I get the print to print out larger in order to read it better? I have a HP Photosmart C4795 printer. Thank you.


There are lots of browsers so I don't know what you are using. Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari are some of the browsers.
Usually the browser has settings for this. Sometimes It's as simple as looking for a setting for font or zoom.
Look for things in the menu such as --settings, tools, options, etc.
Usually the choices will be things like - smallest, smaller, normal, larger, largest. Pick a larger zoom or font and try to re-print.
When you pick the larger size the text on the screen will be bigger, and should also print larger.

Feb 11, 2011 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have two printer and on one the label size comes out with the correct font size but when I try to print out the same label on the second one the bar code and human readable is much larger...am I missing...


Yes. You have two printers that have different "dots per inch" print heads. The printer with the correct size font is a 300dpi printer and the second one is a 203dpi printer. That's why the bar code and text is printing larger with the same code being sent to the first printer. The dots on the printhead are larger therefore, larger print.

Change the printer driver on the second printer to Z105SL-300 dpi and the print will be just fine.

Hope that helps !

Jun 15, 2010 | Zebra 105Se Thermal Printer

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I have a 105SL connected directly to a pc using Bar Tender. It takes for ever to print and when it does the printed label is 1/4 larger than what I specified. keep it simple, has I am not an IT expert.....


Ok...two items to check:
1. slow print can be caused by using True-Type fonts like Arial, Times New Roman, etc...these fonts do not reside in the firmware of the printer so Bartender has to download the fonts to the printer's memory hence the long print time. Change any text fonts to Zebra's internal fonts which you should be able see as a choice from Bartender.

2. If the print is larger than you expect, then you are using a printer driver that is not correct for the dpi (dots per inch) of the printer than have. If your printer is a 203dpi printer but you use a 300dpi printer driver, then your print will be larger that you expect. Bartender will format the fields for 300dpi but because size is larger on a 203dpi, the print will be larger. The Z105SL comes in both sizes, 203 or 300. Just verify your printer to the driver being used.

Hope that helps !

May 05, 2010 | Zebra Printer 140-751-00000

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How do I enlarge the print on my HP 6110Xi all in one printer


In the program that you are printing from, find "Fonts" on the menu and change to a larger number OR from Printing preferences on the print job, open printing properties and choose something larger than 100%

Aug 21, 2009 | HP Deskjet D4160 InkJet Photo Printer

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Print larger


You can get larger prints by selecting a bigger media and also 'fit' paper option.
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Apr 07, 2009 | Canon CanoScan N1240U Flatbed Scanner

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Printing photos


That is called pixelation and is usually the result of enlarging a photo, whether it be resized larger on the computer or printed at a larger size than it's original pixel dimensions.

Check your printer settings for a setting like "resize photo to fit paper" and uncheck it. Or print from a photo that is larger than the paper and it will reduce the size without any pixelation.

With digital photos you can always go smaller than the original, but rarely ever larger.

Feb 17, 2008 | Epson CX8400 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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