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how to make print larger

how to make letters larger when printing

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Re: how to make print larger

It really depends on which app (i.e. Word, Excel) you're printing from.  Typically, each app should have an option to change the font size, normally in the menu under Format and Font.

If you're printing from Internet Explorer, just click View, Text Size and choose a larger size.


Hope that helps.

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Re: how to make print larger

How can I make my print larger on my HP printer??

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Re: how to make print larger

NO that did not help me one bite
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Re: how to make print larger

Hi seafrost79,


I'd like to help.  Can you answer some quesions?

  1. What is the full name of your printer?
  2. What is the Model # for the printer?
  3. What is the Product # of the printer?
  4. What are you trying to print?  Is it from a program on your computer or something from the Internet?
  5. What is the operating system for your computer?
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