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Hi guys!

In my editform.aspx I have a enhanced rich text editor. it seems really small.

How do I use SP designer to make it huge like 800x600px
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Have a look at Extending the size of the Rich Text Editor:

http://blog.slalom.com/2011/02/02/extending-the-size-of-the-rich-text-editor/

Gary
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