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  • irto Jul 20, 2008

    explain on how to change font size and also for email

    please explain clearly thanks

    irto



  • Peter VanderStoep
    Peter VanderStoep May 11, 2010

    where?

    For output, change the font size in the Word Processor.
    In e-mail, for screens, there are also controls.


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It really depends on which e-mail package it is.

Mostly for the main part of the "Windows" screen it is screen properties.

Start with:
<Control Panel>::<Display>::<properties> here you'll need to hit the <Appearances> tab on the upper part of the dialog box that shows up. Different versions of windows may have some of these slightly different, but XP has a box that on the bottom left for font size. Try the other 2 'programed' [normal, large & XL] settings & if that doesn't it it for you, you'll need to change them manually through the <advanced> area or find a theme.

For e-mail, I could find it, but without KNOWing which you have, I'd rather not confuse you

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