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Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hi all

When iam using word 2010 the text size is so small i have to change the size to 36 which is eqivelent to size 11 ive done a repair no diference.

can any help me with this thanks
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Is your view set at 100% or higher?
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The font size that is printed may be different then the font size you are viewing on your screen, unless you change the way you view your page in MS word. Like siquararm said you have to set the view size to 100% so that the print and the view size will be the same.
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all done set my to 100%

thanks
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