|How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||jw90019||2/17/09 5:32 PM|
I don't see how to enlarge the page 25%, 50%,..... 200%. The fonts are too small even when enlarged to the max.
|Re: How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||Knigma||2/18/09 10:48 AM|
Standard on most browsers: hold down CTRL and press (-) and (+) key on the keyboard. You can not do percentages but it will change the fonts smaller and bigger.
|Re: How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||sharonrivkah||7/12/09 8:20 AM|
Holding the control key and pressing the + or - does
adjust the size of the fonts, but only on the screen.
The actual print-out was tiny on paper and large on
the screen. How can the print out be the same as
on the screen?
|Re: How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||†Tommy G.†||7/12/09 3:56 PM|
@sharon, unless you use the Dev channel of Chrome, the small printout is a known issue in Chrome. It will take time to get to the stable version.
|Re: How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||jianhua.shanghai||1/2/10 10:50 AM|
I usually use the CTRL and (+) to enlarge the pages twice to make the pages to fit my monitor. My question is how to make it as a default setting so that I don't have to do the same process every time I move to a different website.
|Re: How can I enlarge the fonts and the page?||QQFarmer||1/2/10 2:12 PM|
@jianhua.shanghai, the best solution right now is to install AutoZoom but you have to be on the Beta or Dev channel for the extension to work.