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It sounds like the settings on your printer in the menu area have been set to reduce the image you want to print? Click on menu and then scroll the features with the up and down arrows and check on the size of the image to print and change it if necessary.
Please clairfy what you mean by "using the operators mode".
If your printer won't print when you're making a copy using the Copy button on the operator panel, it could be due to your ink cartridges. Try to re-seat your ink cartridges into the printer and make sure they are properly seated.
If you're not able to print from your computer, it could be a communication problem. A quick fix for most communication errors can be achieved by resetting the printer and/or rebooting the PC. Simply disconnect the printer from your computer (if usb-connected), reboot your computer and unplug/replug the printer into the power source to reset it. When the printer turns on, reconnect it to your computer. Try to print again.
You may refer to this article for Wi-Fi connection issues: How to identify a Wireless Communication Problem and Resolution Tips
Here's an article in the Lexmark website on How to Restart or Reset the Print Spooler in Windows. Follow the instructions carefully. Once you have successfully enabled the print spooler, try printing. If you're going to encounter another problem, let me know - leave a comment and I'll get back to it. Thanks.
If you are copying from an internet source, file copy the document to your computer. Next step is, go to your document settings or adjust the font size by highlighting all the text in your document. set to desired font size you want most probably you need 16-18 in size. save it.
Most web browsers have an option to change the text size on the page you are viewing. In IE8 it is accessible through the Page menu, Text Size. It defaults to Medium, and there are 2 smaller sizes and 2 larger sizes available.
Font sizes are a program thing nothing to do with the printer Examine your E-mail client set up in the read section[Different E-mail programs different setting ] probably under a heading Tools/Options and look at how the font sizes are organized.