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  • lamajciredor May 13, 2010

    need more details here. what do you want to enlarge? is it the font? or else?

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MAKE MY HP OFFICEJET 5610 PRINTER PRINT LARGER


The only way a printer should print larger is that you should WRITE your text with larger fonts.
You should select font size on your word processing application, call it nopepad, wordpad, winword or any other similar application.
If you tell us the application and the version you are using for word processing, might help you select a larger fornt

May 02, 2015 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have a PT-85.I am frustrated because it only prints size 1 & 2 letters. When I print any size larger it prints the first letter partially. Do I need a different tape or is my machine broken?


I'm thinking that if the print is larger than the tape then you will need a larger tape it it is available
talk the problem out with your local office supply shop

Apr 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Make font larger on HP1510 printer


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

Nov 15, 2014 | HP PSC 1510 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Picture crop


HI,
One way is to go to your menu bar at the top of your web browser, click on "File" then "Print Preview". At the top of the window there should be a small window with "Shrink To Fit" in it. Click the arrow on that box for a drop down list and choose something, like 90% (there is a custom option at the bottom of the list if you need to set something unique in between what's listed) and see how it changes the print size of what is to be printed out and choose the one that looks and works best for you without cutting off text somewhere. This will make it larger when printed out.

Another way that usually works to make the print larger when printing internet stuff & emails is by changing the view size on the screen to a larger size in your web browser (this is separate from your other setting you've already setup). Go to the menu bar at the top (i.e. Internet Explorer), click on "View," then "Text Size" then select a size like "Larger" or "Largest" (something higher than what you're currently set to.)

Sometimes adjusting the current window's magnification (lower right corner of screen or Ctrl button + scroll wheel on mouse) can have an affect on print size.

The only other method is to copy & paste the text into a text editing software like Word and adjust the text size there. If you're using a text program, then you simply adjust the size of the text to a 12 or 14 point, or larger, font size (adjust depending on the font and size you need) and that should do the trick.

More info see this link.
https://www.inkling.com/read/photoshop-cs6-missing-manual-lesa-snider-1st/chapter-6/resizing-images

Thanks.
Technical Support

Feb 23, 2014 | Yahoo Computers & Internet

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Change font size in e mail


The printer prints whatever it's told to by the computer. Your printer really doesn't control the fonts.

When you are printing stuff from the internet (web pages, email, etc.) the reason for the small print is that it is related to the size of the monitor and it's viewing setup (the higher the screen resolution, the smaller the print will be when printing it out even though it looks good on the monitor).

One way you can make the print larger when printing internet stuff & emails is by changing the print view size on the screen to a larger size in your web browser (this is separate from your other setting you've already setup). Go to the menu bar at the top (i.e. Internet Explorer), click on "View," then "Text Size" then select a size like "Larger" or "Largest" (something higher than what you're currently set to.)

Another method is to go to your menu bar at the top of your web browser, click on "File" then "Print Preview". At the top of the window there should be a small window with "Shrink To Fit" in it. Click the arrow for a drop down list and choose something probably above 90% or more (maybe 100 or 125%) and see how it changes the print size of what is to be printed out.

The only other method is to copy & paste the text into a text editing software like Word and adjust the text size there. If you're using a text program, then you simply adjust the size of the text to a 12 or 14 point, or larger, font size (adjust depending on the font and size you need) and that should do the trick.

Apr 21, 2012 | Canon PIXMA MP470 All-in-One Printer

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When printing a duplex booklet, the printout is reduced in size with larger margins than in original document. How can I get it to print regular size?


It happens when the documents is on A4 size and the printer is set to print on letter size (which is smaller in size). Hence the printer automatically resizes the prints which result in larger margins and print as compared to the actual document.
Therefore, when you print the documents (Press Ctrl+P) you have to select the paper (A4) from the print properties.

Hope it helps! Good Luck!
CreativeTECH

Mar 02, 2011 | Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer

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How to change print size


The printer prints whatever it's told to by the computer. Your printer really doesn't control the fonts.

When you are printing stuff from the internet (web pages, email, etc.) the reason for the small print is that it is related to the size of the monitor and it's viewing setup (the higher the screen resolution, the smaller the print will be when printing it out even though it looks good on the monitor).

One way you can make the print larger when printing internet stuff & emails is by changing the print view size on the screen to a larger size in your web browser (this is separate from your other setting you've already setup). Go to the menu bar at the top (i.e. Internet Explorer), click on "View," then "Text Size" then select a size like "Larger" or "Largest" (something higher than what you're currently set to.)

Another method is to go to your menu bar at the top of your web browser, click on "File" then "Print Preview". At the top of the window there should be a small window with "Shrink To Fit" in it. Click the arrow for a drop down list and choose something probably above 90% or more (maybe 100 or 125%) and see how it changes the print size of what is to be printed out.

The only other method is to copy & paste the text into a text editing software like Word and adjust the text size there. If you're using a text program, then you simply adjust the size of the text to a 12 or 14 point, or larger, font size (adjust depending on the font and size you need) and that should do the trick.

Nov 05, 2010 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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When we open the print option and select the label printer it won't give us the option to print on labels, only on much larger sizes of paper


Hi,

This because you might have kept the larger size catridge so that you wil not be able to print smaller size labels.please change small size catrige so that you can print what size you want.

Thanx

Jul 21, 2010 | Brother P-touch QL-550 Thermal Label...

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I have two printer and on one the label size comes out with the correct font size but when I try to print out the same label on the second one the bar code and human readable is much larger...am I missing...


Yes. You have two printers that have different "dots per inch" print heads. The printer with the correct size font is a 300dpi printer and the second one is a 203dpi printer. That's why the bar code and text is printing larger with the same code being sent to the first printer. The dots on the printhead are larger therefore, larger print.

Change the printer driver on the second printer to Z105SL-300 dpi and the print will be just fine.

Hope that helps !

Jun 15, 2010 | Zebra 105Se Thermal Printer

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Print size


That is normal. They use compressed print in order to save paper. Do you want to make it larger like the receipt side?

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