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My printer is printing with very small letters and I would like to know if I can increase the size of the font.Anything that I want to print from my e-mail comes out much smaller that the printing on my screen

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  • jduivenjanet Feb 12, 2008

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The printer company says that it is a computer problem and the PC people say that it is a printer problem.
So, it is not solved.
Janet

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