Hold down the [Code] key and press the [&] key to change text size.
There are five different size/styles of text shown at the top of the screen. Keep holding down the [Code] key and tapping the [&] key until the little arrow is pointing at the size you want.
(It doesn't change the display on the screen, so you'll get to play and print out lots of tests - in the name of science!)
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The printer can be stuck in double line mode, although it indicates that it is single line mode. Switch between the two modes, pressing " enter" and " clear ", until you are in single line mode again. Now you can change text size again.
With the unit powered up, press and hold the yellow Code button. While holding it down, press the & key and watch the pointer at the top of the screen. Note how it is moving to the various size As. That will increase and decrease your font size.
In case you've forgotten how to change the text size, hold down 'Code' and '& Size' key to display the current setting. While still holding the Code button, push and release the '&' key to change the size.
To reset, I would try removing the batteries for a few minutes before reinstalling them.
Fonts and sizes are typically controlled by the application you are using. Are you sure you are increasing the font size? I've had some users confused by the zoom feature which is more like a magnifying lens. It just makes thing larger for viewing purposes and does not affect the print size. To change the actual font size of a document already created you would first highlight the text in the document. In Word (other applications are similar) you would then select Format from the main menu bar, then select Font. In the next box that appears you would click on the Font tab, and then in the Size field select a larger font size. After that click on OK and you should see your font size change.
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