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I want my priting to be wear i can read it the printing is to small I wear glasses and I bearly can read the printing on my computer how can I make the writing big period

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Increase the size of the letters before you print them. For instance, if you are using wordpad, before you write anything click on Format, then Font, and increase the number from 10 to 12 or higher. If you are cutting and pasting to Wordpad, increase the size of the font before you paste. If you are printing directly from a web page, click on view and zoom in before you print.

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