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Hello, how do i change the font size on the screen in ibm lotus organizer 6.1

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Unlikely that it will allow you to do so, without editing the files it uses, which I doubt you will learn how to do for such an old program. Instead use the Export menu in Lotus Organizer, and then import that file into another program, such as Microsoft Outlook or the free program, Essential PIM.

https://www.essentialpim.com/

http://store.stamps.com/web/site/robohelp/ipostage/creating_a_csv_file_in_lotus_organizer.htm

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RTM , on the APP, be first.. good luck this old, finding it.
google all day?

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SOURCE: Changing Font Size

To change the font size you need to install a different printwheel. There are places on the internet where you can order one along with an owners manual just do a search for the make and model.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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Try running couple of these test, to see if it might be another issue.
It should be printing these test at 1500 Line Per Minute... ?
1500LPM is at 10CPI if you have (Font size: 6, 8, 12, 14) it will make a difference.
Change your driver to Generic/Text, rerun your report... any difference?
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009

Dick O Reilly

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SOURCE: how do i change the font size on a Wheelwriter

The font size is set by the printwheel, the printing on the P/W case will tell you the pitch 10, 12, 15 or PS. Change the wheel change the pitch.

DickyO

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you change the font size on the ibm

The WW3 will type whatever printwheel is in the machine. If you want something different you will have to buy another printwheel. It says on the printwheel whether it is a 10 pitch or a 12 pitch.

Posted on Jul 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Toshiba Laptop spontaneous font size change

Disable the dreadful "pinch-zoom" of the Snyaptics touch pad.
How it is supposed to be used is at
http://www.synaptics.com/solutions/technology/gestures/touchpad . However, I tried these "gestures" and none of it worked on my touchpad.

On Windows7, one can disable this poor excuse for a feature by going to Control Panel->Hardware and sound->Devices and printers->Mouse->Device Settings->Settings [button half-way down, on the right]->pinch zoom. Then uncheck "enable pinch zoom".

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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For True Type Lucida Console font, use the same 18-24 font size range, but the screen will be much shallower and wider, so you can afford to decrease font size to 18-20. 28 is really too wide, on a widescreen monitor (1366x768 pixels). But maybe you'll like it, or your monitor will accommodate that size. Mine wouldn't.

For Raster fonts, 12 x 16 is the optimal setting. ON some (i.e., Dell Ultrasharp) monitors, Raster fonts look best. On my Toshiba 19L4200U TV monitor, the Lucida Consule setting is clearest.
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COLORS tab: Lotus 1-2-3 makes hardware calls on the screen, so whatever you put in this tab, it will ignore. But other DOS programs might 'obey' the colors you set here. If you remember the old Norton Utilities days of setting Mode, etc., that's what this is.

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