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Incredimail problem the zoom feature to enlarge text and pictures doesn't work

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Please try using the zoom button on a universal remote. The button on the remote may no longer be working. Otherwise the best way is to open the set and test each capacitor and transistor with a multimeter to see which ones if any need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: Cannot zoom in a picture. When I enlarge it it is

Are you using the optical zoom or the digital zoom? digital zoom only enlarges the pixels and eventually distorts the picture. Optical zoom actually brings the subject closer.

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If you want to change ALL of Windows' text sizes, right-click somewhere on the desktop and select PERSONALIZE. Click, DISPLAY, then SET CUSTOM TEXT SIZE (DPI). Increase the percentage until you find a comfortable size to work with. You will perhaps need to reboot your computer after changing the text size.

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How to change text size in Internet Explorer


Some web sites use larger text while others use small, hard-to-read text. To change the size of text that appears on a web page in Internet Explorer, follow one of the two procedures below.<br /> <br /> <b>To change text size:</b><br /> <br /> To make the text that is displayed in your web browser larger or smaller, click View on Internet Explorer's menu bar. From the drop-down menu, select Text Size. The five choices for text size will appear: Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller, and Smallest. Medium is selected by default, but you can choose the size that you want. To change to a different size, just go back to the View menu and choose a new size.<br /> <br /> Internet Explorer saves the selection that you make. If you load a new web page, or close and reopen your browser, the text size will remain at the level that you've chosen, until you choose differently.<br /> <br /> <b>To zoom:</b><br /> <br /> Another way to alter text size is to use the Zoom feature. Zoom increases or decreases text size, but it will also make everything else on the page (such as graphics) larger or smaller as well. Zoom options can be found under the View menu, next to Zoom. You can choose a preset percentage to zoom, or enter a custom value, or just go larger or smaller by stepped increments.<br /> <br /> The nice thing about zoom is that it has keyboard shortcuts associated with it, unlike the Text Size feature. By pressing [CTRL][+] you can zoom in (make everything appear larger) and [CTRL][-] will zoom out. If you want to reset the zoom value back to the standard view, press [CTRL][0]. These shortcuts will affect text size, but only in proportion with everything else on the page.<br /> <br /> Some web sites (such as Yahoo) are designed so that the Text Size feature won't override the text size specified in the site's code. For sites like these, you can use the Zoom feature to enlarge or reduce text size.

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Font t is too large


Modern web browsers offer features to increase the size
of text and pictures.

  1. 670px-zoom-with-a-web-browser-step-3-version-2.jpg
    Press Ctrl and + to zoom in.
  2. 670px-zoom-with-a-web-browser-step-4-version-2.jpg
    Press Ctrl and - to zoom out.
  3. 670px-zoom-with-a-web-browser-step-5-version-2.jpg
    Press Ctrl and 0 to restore the original size.


If the problem is only with text and not with pictures, go to menu - View - and click Zoom Text Only

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How can I make my printer print with larger text


SHould be zoom feature to enlarge the text. Or if you are using a word processing program, just enlarge the text.

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E-mail appears very small want to enlarge


Using the Browsers to read your mail?

You can use the Keyboard to enlarge or minimise the fonts.
Press the "Ctrl" Key, use "+ or -" keys to enlarge or minimise the fonts.
(Keyboard will work on other browsers too.)

Using IE -> From the Menu ->View -> Zoom or Text Size to adjust the fonts sizes.
Using FireFox -> From Menu -> View -> Zoom adjust the size to your liking. Zoom in or out.

Hope it helps.

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Cannot zoom in a picture. When I enlarge it it is


Are you using the optical zoom or the digital zoom? digital zoom only enlarges the pixels and eventually distorts the picture. Optical zoom actually brings the subject closer.

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Most email clients have a text zoom feature. This is also most likely the cause of your fonts "becoming small".
Usually you can find the option under View -> Text-Size when looking at an email.
You can also usually hold down CTRL on your keyboard and move the wheel on the mouse up or down till you get the right size.
The actual settings depend largely on what email client you are using though, so if my suggestions do not work then specify what email program you are using - e.g. Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express or Thunderbird.

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How do you enlarge the text on office outlook ?


Unfortunately, there is no one single way to enlarge the text in Outlook. I can point you to a few pages that give instructions for enlarging different types of text in Outlook.

Change column headers and the like:
http://www.living-with-outlook.com/change-fonts.html

Change the fonts in messages you send:
http://www.living-with-outlook.com/change-font.html

Zoom in for easier message reading:
http://www.living-with-outlook.com/zoom.html

I hope these give you what you need.

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I go to facebook.com or facebook were its bookmarked and everything having to do with facebook is so small i cant read it


HIt CTRL and the "+" at the same time to zoom/enlarge the print on the page. You don't need to hit the shift key. Alternately, you can go to the "View" tab at the top and select "Zoom" to enlarge the text on the page. Hope this answers your question. All the best!
Greg

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Enlarging print size


if you use Mozilla Firefox for your web browser (click here to go to the Mozilla site) when you print you can zoom in and out if you go to file > page setup the screen below will come up just un click shrink to fit page and enter in a zoom scale (larger makes your text lager & smaller makes your text smaller)

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also with Mozilla you can zoom in and out on the page you are viewing by holding down 'ctrl' on your keyboard and clicking the + key to zoom in and the - key to zoom out.

i hope this has been helpful.

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