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enlarging fonts while printing

Posted by smoker (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 16, 13 at 14:04

Just bought a Canon multiple(MG2220)and cannot print
fonts where you can see them without a microscope.how
do I set the computer to enlarge them? Thanks for any
help! OS system W8.


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RE: enlarging fonts while printing

I have had that problem off and on. It is one of things I haven't solved completely, I just keep struggling with it until I get it done. Usually I click print and when it opens I find a way there. If I can't solve the problem I copy and paste it to a word document. I can set the print size there. I think the people who can help you will need to know what kind of printer you use.


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RE: enlarging fonts while printing

What are you trying to print? Is this a document you have created or something off the net?

If a self created document have you set the font size correctly in the program you are using? What program are you using? Does it look correct when previewing it prior to printing?

If you copy and paste off the net can't you grab a corner when in preview mode and drag it out diagonally to increase the size?


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