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font size of emails

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  1. teckdummy

    teckdummy Thread Starter

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    While selecting my contacts for a group email, I held down the Ctrl key while scrolling down the list of my contacts. The size of the font in all email applications was suddenly reduced to a very small size. I tried to correct this problem by doing a "system restore" to a previous date but I received a message that this was unsuccessful. I then tried to select another "restore date" but I couldn't go back to the month of Feb. to select another restore date. I hope that someone can help. Any suggestions, please go into some detail because I'm "technologically challenged".
     
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    try doing the same again but scrolling in the opposite direction, it should reduce the font size, it's actually a handy way of changing the size when viewing sites too:)
     
  3. teckdummy

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    Dotty,

    Thanks so much for responding! I tried doing the opposite and scrolled UPWARDS while holding the Ctrl key down but nothing happened for awhile. Then I selected several names in my Contact list while still holding the Ctrl key down and scrolling UP. Finally, the font size enlarged but jumped to a very large size. So I went in the opposite direction until the font size was suitable. My pc usually DELAYS doing what I'm trying to do.

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    glad you got it sorted! I use that technique quite a lot when visiting pages with small print, it really helps!:)
     
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