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ally3575
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Font on screen is small

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I take online classes and I was on the screen of my classroom and I hit my mouse pad and everything on the screen got smaller. I can barely read it. How do I get the font on the screen bigger? I'm not sure what or how I hit my mouse pad that made everything on the screen smaller.

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banhien
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Hi,

 

You can

 

  • Hold down the Ctrl key and hit + (plus) sign few times to get back or
  • Hold down the Ctrl key and use the mouse scrolling wheel

Regards.

ps Other direction will make chracters smaller.

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ally3575
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Thank You so much! It worked!

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pclerihew
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I need to enlarge size of printed font.  How?

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Control Panel, select Fonts or type Fonts in search browser, in left margin select change font size (if you pick standard you may not get what you want) may I suggest selecting Custom size, select DPI setting, move cursor over ruler which expands OR best setting is type in 135 and you may check XP Windows then apply or ok.....

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many thanks for making it so simple
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