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Font size Print keeps getting smaller and smaller until a full page of type just fills one corner of the page. Wrote once before and thought the problem was solved but it just does the same thing it did before. Print is so small, you need a magnifying glass to read it.

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Are you experiencing this issue while printing from internet or normal application

If you are trying ot print from application I request you to installl smartweb printing.

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How do I print a users manual in larger type


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How do I enlarge font especially on e mails


To change the size of text in your email messages:
  1. Click the "Mail Options" link in the upper-right corner of the page.
  2. Click the "General Preferences" link.
  3. Next to "Font Size," select your preferred font size. "Smaller" will make the font of messages one size smaller than your browser's default setting; "larger" will make the font one size larger.
  4. Once you have chosen a new font size, click the "Save" button to activate your new settings.
  5. Yahoo will confirm the changes by displaying, "Your changes have been recorded."
Please note that the above steps will affect only the text of your email messages, and only those messages displayed in plain text (the fonts of HTML messages will not be affected).
To change the font size of all of the text in the Yahoo interface, you must change the default font size of your browser.
Internet Explorer users:
  1. In the View menu, choose "Text Size."
  2. From the menu that appears, select your desired font size.
  3. Your selection will take effect immediately.
Netscape users:
  1. From the Edit menu, choose "Preferences." This will open up another window.
  2. Click on the "+" symbol to the left of "Appearance." Note: Netscape 6.0 users will see a little triangular arrow.
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Print too small


If you are using something like a BROWSER (IE, Chrome, etc) on the keyboard hold down CTRL and press ONCE the + button. Does this repeatedly until the font size is larger.

Please note this will NOT increase font on GRAPHIC text as those are set graphics and do not zoom.

For windows computers go to CONTROL PANEL and select APPEARANCE AND PERSONALIZATION

From there under DISPLAY select "Make Text and Other Items Larger or Smaller" Play with the settings within there until you get the font large enough for you to see.

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Change to larger font on aol e-mail


AOL Mail is an email service provided to the customers of American Online as well as Web users.

When you print an email using AOL Mail software, you may notice that the font size either appears too small or too large.


AOL Mail gives you the flexibility to adjust the font size and thus, the size of the print.

Note that these instructions apply to AOL 9.0 or higher.


If you have an old edition, follow instructions from the link specified under Resources.

Launch your AOL Mail software from the Start menu or desktop shortcut.


Log in using your AOL screen name and password.


Click "Settings" on the top bar.


Click "Font and Text."


Click the font type drop-down menu to choose either a larger or smaller font type than the current one.


Click the font size drop-down menu to choose either a larger or smaller font size based on your preference.


Click "Save."

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P Touch 1880 indicates MAX font size, but prints smaller sized label. If I print one word at a time, it prints in MAX size. If I print two or more words, it prints smaller font. Weird, new problem.


Sounds like you may have a maximum length set that keeps you from printing over a certain length of label and it is adjusting your font size to fit that length. You may need a manual to figure out how to reset the length.

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Turn to pages 9-12 to learn how to change fonts and how to do multiple fonts and underlining all at once.

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selection made so that each time you enter one of the
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positioned at the last item selected from that menu. J.

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A typewritter is not like a computer. It is a mechanical device, that works by pressing an embossed letter in the daisy wheel through a inked tape into the paper.
The only way you can change either the font type or the font size is by buying and replacing the daisy wheel by another one with different font type/size letters.
To get to know more about your typewritter and accessories that might still be available to it, download Brother ML-100 Typewriter User's Manual
Click on "Go to View/Download Page" and in the new page click the "View/Download" button.
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Font size issues - I have a line that should be size 20, Office Professional says it is size 20. However, visually it looks much smaller I can do a good visual comparison because the lines above and below...


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if you highlight the whole document that you are going to print then look for the page set up option this will let you increase the size of the document before you print it ok

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Number of pages


If you use ALL small type, it will be 20 pages. Seems like the thing to do, but if you must use 21 pages, you can use 17 pages of small print (40,800), and 4 pages of large print (7,200) for a total of 48,000.

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