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Postby Ohio3Wheels » 08 Dec 2016 13

I see I can adjust font size in posting but is there a way to change it in the forums. Right now I could use it a bit larger. I've looked through the UCP aand didn't find anything.

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Re: Font size

Postby Ranch Dog » 08 Dec 2016 15

Ohio3Wheels wrote:I see I can adjust font size in posting but is there a way to change it in the forums. Right now I could use it a bit larger. I've looked through the UCP aand didn't find anything.

You would need to use your browser's "zoom" feature. Here is an example with Google Chrome. Your browser should remember where you use what.

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Re: Font size

Postby zippy » 08 Dec 2016 18

If your on a Windows computer, hold down the Ctrl key while repeatedly pushing the + (plus) key. To reverse the zoom, hold the Ctrl and push the - (minus) key.
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Re: Font size

Postby Ranch Dog » 08 Dec 2016 21

zippy wrote:If your on a Windows computer, hold down the Ctrl key while repeatedly pushing the + (plus) key. To reverse the zoom, hold the Ctrl and push the - (minus) key.

Thanks, that too!
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Re: Font size

Postby alphalimafoxtrot » 09 Dec 2016 20

nice screen shot that illustrates the zoom tool nicely, RD.

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Re: Font size

Postby alphalimafoxtrot » 09 Dec 2016 20

Forgot to add something, RD: I have been using snag-its and screen shots an awful lot lately at work to show people when they have been messing up my spreadsheets and data tracking!!!

OK a little OT but that's fine. From a 4th grade teacher who is a "data dawg" LOL....

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Re: Font size

Postby Ranch Dog » 10 Dec 2016 08

alphalimafoxtrot wrote:Forgot to add something, RD: I have been using snag-its and screen shots an awful lot lately at work to show people when they have been messing up my spreadsheets and data tracking!!!

OK a little OT but that's fine. From a 4th grade teacher who is a "data dawg" LOL....

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I use the all the time to explain stuff. SnagIt is nice because of the video feature, recording what you do but I find the simple shot offered by InfanView a lot easier to use. Same with the phone.
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Re: Font size

Postby Archer » 10 Dec 2016 21

Another Zoom feature with Windows is to hold the control key and use the scroll wheel on the mouse.
Works with most windows.
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