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I am creating a form which I want people to FAX to me.  The problem is I receive a lot of faxes from oversees that dont come in that clear.  I would like to make the text in the INPUT fields be larger (or at least bold).  Is there anyway to do this ?

<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="billingname" SIZE=40>

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-Rob
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MasseyM earned 400 total points
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works in NS & ie 4.x only

<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="billingname" SIZE=40 STYLE="font-size: 24pt;">
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by:regsoft
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Thanks - perfect - is there a way to make it BOLD as well?
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<INPUT ... STYLE="font-size:24pt; font-style:bold;">
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