How do I increase the print size in Live Mail


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OK, I am fairly well on top of the Windows 10 Boogy but, I have my home page and most things set at 150% for print size but a small hassle. I am using Windows Live Mail instead of that ugly thing that comes with Windows 10, how do I increase the print size in Live Mail?
 
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With Outlook I click on "Print" when the printer properties page opens, select "Properties >effects and adjust the print size. I have a HP Laser Jet, it may be different for other printers?
 
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Do you mean print size or font size while creating a new e-mail? for a new e-mail options for font size, color that's all along the bottom or taskbar on the E-mail you are creating.
 
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I am referring to the print size of the page. EG, on the home page I just click the gear wheel up in top right corner and increase from 100% to 150%. How do I increase the wording on the Windows Live Mail page? Not newly made E-mails.
 
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150% that is huge, try to decrease it to maybe 125% also look in settings/display/advanced settings/ print size etc. you can change print in certain apps. like messages that may change inbox e-mail? you can try or change back if needed.
 
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No Aputernut, I have had my home page etc set at 150% for years. It fills my 23 inch screen nicely and I can walk past my computer and read it easily.
 
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If you are referring to incoming mail from someone, then the problem with size of print is whatever size font they used, I get some myself, I can not read it is so tiny, what are they thinking?
 

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