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Font size-printing How do you change the font size for your printer? My printer is printing half pages (reduced). I 've set everything to default too. Brother MFC440 Thanks! Christina

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Hello Christina,

There are two sections to look into. 1) Device Settings. 2) Printing Preferences.

Between the two, I confident that you can find the solutions.

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HOW CAN I CHANGE THE FONT SIZE OF MY DOCUMENT BEFORE I PRINT, IT OUT ON MY PRINTER.


You need to read the printer manual. If it is a basic or old printer it probably won't have the ability to change the size of the font.

It is possible you will have to save the page on your computer and edit it there before printing.

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How do I increase the font size on my hp printer when printing from my computer


The font size is usually controlled by the properties of the page you are trying to print. Try increasing the size of the font on the file.

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Adjusting Font Size


You can't increase the font size with your printer. It does not have that option. You need to increase the size from source of which you are getting the data from before you print

Example: if you wanted to print a word document, you would go to the taskbar on the top and change the font settings prior to printing.

Or do this


Open up the what you want to print

Left click and highlight either part or the whole area you want printed

Right click the highlighted area and click print preview

Change the box "As laid out on screen" to "As selected on screen" doing this will let you print all or part depending on what is highlighted

In the box Shrink to fit, change it to increase or reduce the size font that you want to use

Click print, and go to Page Range, and make sure you add a dot to SELECT

Click print
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How to change font size


The font size that appears within printed documents has to be adjusted in the application you are printing from. For example, if you are printing a Microsoft Word document, change the font while editing the document in Word. If you are printing a web page, you will need to change the font in the web browser settings (Chrom, Firefox, IE)... for Chrome, here are the steps:

  1. Click the Chrome menu snp_2696434_en_v1 on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the "Web Content" section, use the "Font size" drop-down menu to make adjustments.
Some websites prevent the browser from changing just text size. For those sites, Chrome won't be able to adjust the font size.

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How do I change the size of the print on the label


Using the software that came with it modify the font settings.
Changing the Default Font Settings in DYMO Label Software Answer 299 ' Applies To DYMO ' Published 07/20/2005 10:16 AM EDT ' Updated 08/31/2010 05:05 PM EDTHow do I change the default font settings in the DYMO Label Software (DLS)?

Font settings can be adjusted for individual label templates and for the DLS application. Please note, changing the font settings for the DLS application will only affect the creation of new label templates. It does not change the font settings of any previously created and saved label templates.

Changing the Default Font Settings for Individual Label Templates in DLS

  1. Open DLS.
  2. In DLS, click and highlight the text on the label template.
  3. The tool bar above the label template allows you to change various font and justification settings. To change font type and font size you must click on the Font Settings icon: f_f.jpg
  4. Make the necessary changes to the font settings. The Sample field indicates how the text will appear on the label. Please note, the text will automatically shrink to fit if you select a font size that is too large for the address or text object on the label to accommodate.
  5. Click OK after making the necessary changes.
  6. Save the label template. Click on the File menu in DLS and select either Save or Save As. Selecting Save will save the label template with its existing name. Selecting Save As will allow you to enter a new name and create a new label template.



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Printing envelopes from stamps.com from the MP tray on a Canon Imageclass 4350d - after printing I get a message asking "use current size". If I say yes it prints again, if I say no it prints again.


This can likely be solved with one of the following solutions.  If these do not work, please feel free to contact me at social(at)stamps.com. Thanks! This can likely be solved using one of the following solutions. If these do not work, please feel free to contact me at social(at)stamps.com.

1) Change the Printer Options - Enable L90 Only
2) Set Paper Feed to "MP Tray" and Change Printer Options to Enable EF only
3) Change paper size on printer to "B5"

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Print is compressed on the page. Need to stretch


Compressed print is either a font selection issue or a call for a "SI" (Shift In printer control code)

I suspect the problem can be fixed by going into the printer menu and printing out the printer settings.

Look at the default font and see if it is set to 17,1 or 15.X cpi spacing. If it is then that's the problem.

Change the font to a 10 or 12 cpi spacing (Character per inch).

If the setting is fine, then send me a "Print to File" and I can tell yoi if the software is controling the printer. My address is don.farr@verizon.net

Also, check the application you are using to generate the data file. Make sure you have the correct "Point" size selected for the font.

Don

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OKI printers tend to only print in the font size that you give it in the print options or the softwares printing properties that you are using, you will find that it just indicates the font size being printed if it changes back, this means it's set to 10 in the print properties or the actual programme print setting.

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