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Print out is too small

Printing boarding pass and font size and overall size WAY too small
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    font size too small

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If you only print out a relatively few documents just create a text file(go to Start, All Programs, Accessories, Notepad. Copy the document and paste to Notepad and select Format, font size(try 12). Then go to File, print. Now you've got a document you can read without a magnifying glass.

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To resolve this, try the following actions:

* Check the default fonts within Microsoft Windows.
* Select your entire document and set it to a larger font.
* Make sure all your fonts are loaded properly.
* Change the resolution to quick print at 600 dpi. To do so:

1. Click Start, Settings, Printers.
2. Right click the Lexmark printer icon and choose Properties.
3. Choose the Document/Quality tab and set the resolution to 600 dpi quick print/draft.

* Change the Spool Data Format to RAW. To do this:

1. Click Start, Settings, Printers.
2. Right click the Lexmark printer icon and choose Properties.
3. Select the Details tab and click Spool Settings.
4. In the Spool Settings screen, set the Spool Data Format to RAW.
5. Click OK and then Apply.

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