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LARGE PRINT for Easier Reading


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Hold down your <Ctrl> key and operate your MOUSE WHEEL to increase or decrease your type font sizes.

You can optionally hold down your <Ctrl> key and click the + or - keys on your keyboard.

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works the same with Mac's also

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Thanks that really helps!
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