How do increase the print size on my Computer?

 We need the print size a little bigger for our aging eyes please: email, home page, facebook....

 

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On Fri, 14 Dec 2012 13:17:09 +0000, TerriLanigan wrote:

 We need the print size a little bigger for our aging eyes please: email, home page, facebook....

Hold down the Windows key and scroll the mouse wheel. One way makes it
bigger, the other smaller.

This is a Windows standard and works in most, but not all
applications, whether Microsoft applications or not.

Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP

Ken Blake - Microsoft MVP since October 2003

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If you mean in Internet Explorer then these keyboard shortcuts will adjust the zoom:

CTRL + +        Zoom In

CTRL + -         Zoom Out

CTRL + 0        Set Zoom to 100%.

 

If you are using Internet Explorer you may click Page (on Command Bar) then Text size then select the text size you prefer. The above will work with some other web browsers and email programs too.

 

If you mean elsewhere in Windows too, please tell us the version of Windows that you are using (XP, Vista, 7, 8, etc.).

 

You may also find this Microsoft website useful:

http://www.microsoft.com/enable/default.aspx  .

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