Access 2007 Forms: Changing the font size of a form field through a command button

Hello, I have a field on my form which displays a fairly large amount of text.  Some users have trouble with vision and would like to be able to read it more clearly.  Is there a way to have a button to increase or decrease the font size of a form field (similar to in word or something)?  It would also be nice if the change is conserved for the next record to be reviewed.

I'd greatly appreciate anyone's input.

Bevo S.
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Why would you go this route rather than using the built-in (to Windows) accessibility tools, such as magnifier?
To do what you want, you just need to tweak the FontSize property of the text box control.
This should show you the idea:

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BevosAuthor Commented:
Thanks again for the wonderful help Jez :)
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