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Need to enlarge printer font too small to read

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  • ronlove Jan 03, 2009

    I have an HP940C and I can't enlarge the printing font. At 61 years of age and with declining eye sight, I cant read the documents I print. Help!

  • felix03 Mar 17, 2009

    I have an epson cx4800,does a great job,however how do I increase the size of the font ,some documents are extremely small when printed?

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Dear Sir/Madam,

At the left side of ur printer there is adjustment for the font settings or u go the printer settings (Go the Control panel ->Printer and faxes -> right click of properties -> select printing preferences -> adjust paper and font size


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I need to enlarge the print size.

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