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how do I increase print size?

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There is no place I can find to increase font size.

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the-edmeister
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File > Page Setup - use the Scale pref

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Scale increases the size, but the text bleeds off the right margin. Is there a way to have the page reformatted to have larger size and not bleed off the right edge?

the-edmeister
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Use Shrink to Fit, which uses a 100% Scale size.

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Unfortunately Shrink to Fit causes the font to be so small, a magnifying glass is an appropriate aid to read what was printed. I guess i want too much. I basically want the same result if the font size in a document in a word processing program was changed. Sentences, etc. wrap to the next line.

Occasionally, I'll copy the text, paste it into a WP and with the appropriate font size, get something that is reasonable and readable.

I was hoping a similar capability existed for web pages.

Using CTRL + on the web page helps on the screen but does nothing for printing.