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Posted 15 June 2007 - 06:56 PM

I got a new computer a couple of months ago and since then I have not been able to print in the size I used to. THIS ONLY HAPPENS on the forum. When I print from other websites, the size is normal. But, on here, my printing of recipes come out so small that I would need a magnifying glass to read them. I have searched on this site and cannot find where I can enlarge it.

Like I said, it is only when I print from this forum.

Hopefully someone can help me to figure this out. Please bear in mind that you are talking to a computer dummy. :blink:
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Posted 16 June 2007 - 10:04 AM

All I can think of is, to just copy the recipes and paste them into your word-processing program (Microsoft Word or Works, whichever it is you have). Then you can change the size, font, whatever you want before printing it out. Also, then you can save it to your hard drive, in case you want to print it again for somebody else (or if you lose your printed page).
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