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Is there a way to increase the font size on a source code printout?  My eyes are getting bad and I would just like to print this code out (5 pages) so that I can find a stupid error.
Glenn
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Go into your preferences....under fonts... you can select the size of the code font there.

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Thanks.  It works for printing which I need right now, but it also changes the screen display.  I was looking to just change the print.
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