mrchips 11:56 26 Aug 05

How do I increase the size of fonts for printing in Word above 72

  GroupFC 12:01 26 Aug 05

As far as I know you just type in a value - I've just had a quick experiment by typing in various values in the hundreds and it seems to work!

  Diemmess 12:08 26 Aug 05

As a guide .... 72 point = 1" 12 point = 1/10" and so on.

  Diemmess 12:10 26 Aug 05

Rubbish! 12 point is 72/12 equals one sixth!

  mrchips 12:33 26 Aug 05

Sorry I did not make my question clear, I wish to print above 72 point size.
I know you have to press the > key but another key also but I have forgotten which one.

  Stuartli 12:44 26 Aug 05
  Stuartli 12:46 26 Aug 05

By the way, if you have Firefox or Thunderbird, you can increase or decrease font sizes by using Ctrl and + or -

  BRYNIT 12:47 26 Aug 05

As GroupFC stated input the size required.

If it is word 2003 on the too bar you will see the font and the size, click on size number and change it to the size required. Or click on Format\font click on size box and put in size required.

  GroupFC 12:48 26 Aug 05

Useful - I never knew that!

  Stuartli 13:09 26 Aug 05

It's because I'm a Ctrl freak...:-)

  Diemmess 17:42 26 Aug 05

Didn't know that! ...... In the past CorelDrw has been my choice for really huge text, and you taught me something today.

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