How can I easily change font size?
sermey
Posted 2012-07-13 6:27 AM (#329655)
Subject: How can I easily change font size?


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As this former thread is frozen (cannot reply or quote) here again:

I feel often demotivated when changing the font size, as well when done as you described.

Often, tagging all the text and changing the font size, some lines doesn't accept it. Other times, when finally accepted and then "submit", the former font size comes back again. So I have to try again and again . . . Not nice and unprofessionel to see different font sizes in the same thread. Fortunately the pictures are fixed and not modified, thus all in the same size (width) as fitted with Photoshop. Is there something wrong I am doing?  Thanks  -SERGE -



Edited by sermey 2012-07-13 6:31 AM
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BigBlockMopar
Posted 2012-07-14 7:23 AM (#329805 - in reply to #329655)
Subject: Re: How can I easily change font size?



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Not quite sure what you mean, but you can change an entire site's fontsize very easy with the Apple Commandkey and "+" or "-" to make it smaller again.
For those with more problematic computers like those Windows-boxes you use Control and "+" to enlarge the fonts and Control "-" to make the text smaller again.
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sermey
Posted 2012-07-26 3:02 PM (#331755 - in reply to #329805)
Subject: Re: How can I easily change font size?


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Thank you for your hints Herman, I didn't knew.

For my threads I found an easier, direct way for my problem: I write all in MS Word (not Notepad I did until now), set all sizes (Arial 9) and bolt as liked, then paste all in one in the new thread. Any font changement again in word and past over the old text.

Now I feel it looks as it should. - SERGE -



Edited by sermey 2012-07-26 3:03 PM
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