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TEXT INPUT BOXES TOO SMALL TO TYPE IN OR READ

Some web pages have text input boxes so small you can't read them

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Change resolution to 1024x768

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The text on my inbox is super small as is the message text - I can hardly read it. It just started today. Please help


Hello. You might try pressing both the "ctrl" and "+" keys on your keyboard at the same time. This will make text on web pages appear larger and easier to read. You can also use ctrl and - to make it smaller.


I hope this is what you were looking for.

Sincerely,

Frankie.

May 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Farhanalio


There's something wrong with your Web site, but you don't know what. You've created a Web site and you want people to visit and read it, but for some reason no one's showing up. What could be wrong? Here are some common issues you might have with your Web site without even realizing it.

  1. No One Can Find Your Web Site - They're looking for a Web site just like yours. They go to the search engine and type in their keywords but your Web site is nowhere to be found.

  2. Your Web Pages Are Lost - They finally found your Web site and are looking for a specific Web page but try as they might, they can't find it.

  3. Web Pages Load Slow or Incorrectly - The reader found the Web page he wanted but it took forever to load or things are jumping around on the page while loading. Worse yet, the Web page loaded but it didn't load right.
  4. JavaScript Errors - You decided to add JavaScript to your Web page but you're getting an error.
  5. Text Too Large, Too Small - You want it to be just right. If the text is too small users with a high screen resolution, or bad eyesight, will have trouble reading it. If the text is too large people will have to scroll to read it.
    Use the Right Size


  6. Requiring Downloads - You added music or some other program to your Web site and it requires your readers to download software in order to view it but they don't have the software and don't want it.
    Use Software with Care
  7. Bad Spelling or Grammar - Your reader is reading your Web pages and notices that you're not a good speller or you often leave words out or your grame is just bad.
    Spelling and Grammar Fixes

Mar 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I cant read small writing in instruction guide for vivitar vivicam 7690 digital camera


You have a couple of choices.

You can magnify the text. Most bookstores will be happy to sell you a page magnifier, or you can simply use a magnifiying glass.

You can read the text online. You can download the manual in PDF form from the manufacturer's web site at http://vivitar.com and magnify the text as desired within your PDF reader.

Jan 14, 2010 | Vivitar Cameras

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How do you type inside a microsoft powerpoint slide?


default.aspx?assetid=za790050001033Show All default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Hide AllDo one of the following:
default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Add body or title text
Note If your text exceeds the size of the placeholder, Microsoft PowerPoint reduces the font size and line spacing incrementally as you type, to make the text fit.
default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Add text to an AutoShape
Note To add text to a line, connector, or freeform (freeform: Any shape you draw by using the Curve, Freeform, and Scribble tools. Freeform shapes can include straight lines and freehand curves. They can be drawn opened or closed and can be edited.) AutoShape, you must add text using a text box.
default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Add text to a text box
  1. On the Drawing toolbar (toolbar: A bar with buttons and options that you use to carry out commands. To display a toolbar, click Customize on the Tools menu, and then click the Toolbars tab.), click Text Box default.aspx?assetid=za060447551033.
  2. Do one of the following: default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Add text that stays on a single line
    default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033Add text that wraps
    I hope this helps

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Text box restriction


I hope this helps and thanks for rating my effort...any other questions...shoot em to me....The Fang.

Restricting character input You can use the SetInputTextType command to restrict the characters that the user can enter in the text input dialog box. For example, suppose an application contains an input text field for users to provide a numeric value, such as their age, and that the input text field has the variable name ageVar. To ensure that the user enters only numeric values in the text input dialog box, you could add the following code to your application:
fscommand2("SetInputTextType", "ageVar", "Numeric");
When users open the input text dialog box, they can enter only numeric values in the text fields.
For more information, see SetInputTextType in the fscommand2 function entry in the Flash Lite 2.x ActionScript Language Reference.

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Flipping a page in Office 2003


I think the problem is not affecting by changing the layout from portrait to landscape but specific to the text box layout.

You will have to format your text box to either wrap text, or 90 degree angle - once you have done this on one box you will be able to copy the format to other boxes using format painter.

Apr 21, 2009 | Microsoft Word 2003 for PC

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Printer using small type font size when printing from web pages


Hi,

I am sorry to say that font size cannot be changed from the All-in-One software. It can only be changed from the application which you are using to print.
you can use Smart Web printing software to print webpages:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00793678&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en

also, perform the steps below:
Change Text Size in Internet Explorer
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1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Size" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the x key.
A sub menu option window will appear containing the following five choices: "Largest", "Larger", "Medium", "Smaller" and "Smallest". "Medium" is the default value.
3. Select from among the five options by using the mouse to highlight or by pressing the appropriate keyboard letter, i.e. g for "Largest", l for "Larger", m for "Medium", s for "Smaller" or a for "Smallest."
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with your choice.
Change Text Size in Mozilla/Netscape 6+
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1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse or Windows users can press the ALT + v keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Text Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
A sub menu window will appear containing three sets of options for changing displayed text size:
a. Increase or decrease the text size by small amounts. Select either the "Smaller" or the "Larger" option. Use the mouse to select "Smaller" or "Larger"; alternatively, press the appropriate
shortcut: CTRL - (minus) for "Smaller", CTRL + (plus) for "Larger". The size of text displayed in the browser window will increase or decrease by small amounts in accordance with your choice.
b. Change the text size to one of 7 pre-defined percentages of the default: 50, 75, 90, 100, 120, 150 and 200 percent. Select from among the 7 pre-defined percentages. Use the mouse to highlight your choice or the appropriate keyboard short cut, i.e. 5 for 50%, 7 for 75%, 9 for 90%, z for 100% (the default), 1 for 120%, 5 for 150% or 2 for 200%.
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with your choice.
c. Change the text size to an arbitrary percentage of the default, e.g. 300%, 37.5%.
Select the "Other Options" menu item. Use the mouse to highlight your choice or press the o shortcut key.
A pop up input window titled "Text Zoom" will appear.
Type in the percentage amount by which you wish to change the default text size. Click on OK or press the ENTER key.
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with the value you enter in the input field.
These three options may be used separately or in combination.
Change Text Size in Firefox 1.0
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1. From the Firefox Menu Bar select View>Text Size>Increase
2. This will cause the text to display on the web page one size larger. However this is a temporary change.
Or use the keyboard:
1. Press Ctrl & +/-, or Ctrl & scroll down/up to increase/decrease the text size.
To make a permanent font size change:
1. From the Firefox Menu Bar,
a. Windows: select Tools>Options. Select 'General'
b. Macintosh: select Preferences.
2. Click on 'Fonts & Colors'.
3. Set the font sizes. Minimum font size.can also be set.
Change Text Size in Opera
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1. Select the "View" option from the main menu at the top of the browser window. Use the mouse to make a selection or press the ALT + v shortcut keys. A drop down menu will appear.
2. Select the "Zoom" option from the drop down menu. Use the mouse or press the z key.
A sub menu will appear containing the following options: 50, 80, 90, 100 (the default), 120, 150, 200 percent. In addition, there are four more options that make percentage increments or decrements to text size: -100, +100, -10 and +10 percent.
Select from among the options by using the mouse to highlight your choice.
The size of the text displayed in the browser window will change in accordance with your choice.
* Alternately, use the + (plus) and - (minus) keys on your keyboards number pad, or the Zoom selector in the toolbar.

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Text is too small and too gray to read.


In microsoft word you can change the font size to make the words appear bigger..You can also select the text and it bold(ctrl+b) to make it appear darker..If its a webpage you can change the text size from view menu..Go to view->text size->you can choose to make it larger or smaller..
Any thing else.. eagle is here to help you out..
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