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This depends on how you're viewing your email. Here's some instructions:
1) Internet Explorer 8: On the tab section of the browser, there should be a page menu. Click it, hover over Zoom, and then click the 125% option.
2) Mozilla Firefox: Click View, then hover over Zoom, then select Zoom In. It won't give you an exact % of zoom, but you can zoom in and out until the text is the size you prefer.
3) Outlook Express 2003: Open the message, click View, then select Text Size and change the size of the text.
4) Outlook Express 2007: Open the message, click Other Actions, then select Zoom, and select the zoom level you want.
Also, as a general point of help, most browsers will allow you to change the zoom by holding the CTRL key and scrolling the mouse wheel forwards and backwards. Hopefully this helps!
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
A temporary fix for web browsers is to hold "Ctrl" then press the "+" to zoom in. "Ctrl" + "-" to zoom out and "Ctrl" + "0" to go back to default.
Take note that this changes only how the browser displays the email and not the email font size itself.
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Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution.
Choose one of the following:
Smaller - 100% (default). This keeps text and other items at normal size.
Medium - 125%. This sets text and other items to 125% of normal size.
Larger - 150%. This sets text and
other items to 150% of normal size. This option appears only if your
monitor supports a resolution of at least 1200 x 900 pixels.
To see the change, close all of your programs and then log off of Windows. This change will take effect the next time you log on.
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you open your email account using a browser, there is a very simple
way to increase the font. Font size options are located either under
"Tools" ("Options" or "Preferences"
then "Content") or "View" (text size) on your
browser's main menu. Change the font to a larger size, which may be
set by number or by selecting "Larger" or "Largest"
font from the list of options. You may have to click "Advanced"
or the similar option in the "Fonts" section of some
browsers to adjust the font properly.
Next, click "File" then "Print Preview" on your browser's main menu. This will show you how the email will look when printed. Click "Page Setup" and deselect the "Shrink to Fit Page" option. This will allow you to print the email at the new, larger font size. Be sure to return your browser's font size to normal when you are finished printing the email, or else all of your pages will display with a larger font.
you use a non-browser email software program to view your emails,
insert your email contents into Microsoft Word (or a similar word
processing program) to print it in large letters. Select the entire
message from your email software then go to Word to paste the
contents into a blank document. You can then select the text of the
email and increase the size of the font. When you're done, print the
file as you would normally. You can also perform this action with an
email that you open inside of a browser.
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