Each processor supports their own font size as far as the customer and merchant copy of receipts are concerned. As far as Verifone terminals in general you can change the font size in 1 spot. Hit ENTER(Green Key) choose setup then enter the password of 1 Alpha Alpha 66831 then enter (Alpha is the little black key above the number 2) if that pass word does not work then you might have a MGR password setup. Once in the menu scroll down by hitting the purple key under the down arrow. Once you see Printer hit the F key next to it. In that menu you can hit next with the corresponding F key until you see Font Size or something similar the current value will most likely be 36 if so choose edit then choose the next font size. Hit exit save changes OK then exit with red key until you are back to the main screen and test away.
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What font are you referring to? Have you prepared a document in a word processing program, or added text to an image file, and are disappointed because you want to see the text printed larger? If so, your best solution is to edit the document or image and change to a larger text size. For example, most text documents will normally default to either a size 10 or 11 text which is readable but small. Changing to size 12 or 14 will make the text look larger onscreen, and the text will also print larger. The font name and font size should be displayed on one of your processing program's toolbars, and is easily changed to a different font name or size. If you are simply copying an already printed document and want the text to appear larger, you should refer to your printer's User Guide. If you don't have the User Guide, you can download a free copy at this link: HP PSC 1510 All in One Printer User guides
That will depend on what operating system you are using. Typically, you have to change the default font size in each application, including the file viewer ("Finder" in Mac OS, "My Computer" in Windows). For example, in a Mac OS X Finder window, you would click the arrow next to the gear icon and select "Show View Options" from the bottom of the pop-up menu. This will give you a font size selector along with other options. Another example more typical of individual applications is the Firefox Preferences menu ("Tools" in Windows). Here you would click the Content tab to bring up the default font selection. Sometimes changing screen resolution affects the apparent font size - going to a lower resolution makes the fonts look larger. (If a character occupied a 20x40 space at 1280 x 960 resolution, that same space at 640 x 480 will look twice as large.) This will not hold for all applications; many automatically rescale fonts when the resolution is changed. You can also use Universal Access to zoom in on the screen with
you open your email account using a browser, there is a very simple
way to increase the font. Font size options are located either under
"Tools" ("Options" or "Preferences"
then "Content") or "View" (text size) on your
browser's main menu. Change the font to a larger size, which may be
set by number or by selecting "Larger" or "Largest"
font from the list of options. You may have to click "Advanced"
or the similar option in the "Fonts" section of some
browsers to adjust the font properly.
Next, click "File"
then "Print Preview" on your browser's main menu. This
will show you how the email will look when printed. Click "Page
Setup" and deselect the "Shrink to Fit Page" option.
This will allow you to print the email at the new, larger font size.
Be sure to return your browser's font size to normal when you are
finished printing the email, or else all of your pages will display
with a larger font.
you use a non-browser email software program to view your emails,
insert your email contents into Microsoft Word (or a similar word
processing program) to print it in large letters. Select the entire
message from your email software then go to Word to paste the
contents into a blank document. You can then select the text of the
email and increase the size of the font. When you're done, print the
file as you would normally. You can also perform this action with an
email that you open inside of a browser.
For the Dymo LetraTag Plus LT-100T, Personal Label Maker (SKU: 1733013)
Before trying to change the FONT you must make sure that the labelmaker is configured to print only 1 line of text. You cannot sellect to print larger fonts when label maker is configured for multi-lines. In order to make sure you are printing only 1 line do the following
1)While pressing down on the Shift key (may be show by an up arrow on some machines), press the Del/Clear key. This will clear all text and reset the label maker to print on 1 line.
You must also make sure that there are no other print options enabled, such as: italic, bold, vertical, underline, mirrored-print, outline, etc; these will all prevent you from changing the font. Also ensure that the take will accomodate the font.
My response will depond on the exact model you have...
To set the font size
1) Press the FORMAT key.
2) Use the up or down arrows keys to select the Size and press OK
3) Use the up or down arrow keys to selected the desired font size then press OK
To set the font
2)Use the up or down arrow key to select the font style and press OK.
If this does not work, please include the exact model/name.
To print a larger font size, you need to change the size of the text in the document.
For example if this document is a WORD document then when the document is opened in WORD you select your text and then click on the Font size and change it to a larger size.
If it is a new word document, you can set the font size before you start typing.
Don't forget to save the changes in your document.
In microsoft Word, when you select a scale, you select a scale to view the page at, you dont change the size of the font on the page. to change font size go to format(in the top toolbar) > font. or use the drop down box in the toolbar that's located next to the paragraph tool(bold, italice, center, etc.). ~gnomer
You can change the dfont size from the menu, but that setting afects the entire page of print. You different size fonts are controled from the codes sent to the printer from the software. Recreate the document, or create a document with a sample of that small print and see if the printer prints it.
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.
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