Instructions To help
readers follow the instructions in this
article, we use two different typefaces. Boldface type identifies
the names of icons, agendas, URLs and
application commands. Sans serif type
indicates instructions and commands that
users should type and file names.
Is there an easy way to increase the size of
type in a Word document? I hate going into the
Format screen every time I want to
make a change.
A. There are several ways. If you
have the font display in your toolbar, which looks
all you have to do is
highlight the text you want to alter and then click
on the sizing arrow (next to 14, which indicates
that my Times New Roman is 14 point) to make the
type bigger or smaller.
If you don’t
have the font display in your toolbar, here’s how to
add it: Under Tools , click on
Customize , the Commands
tab and Format . Then drag
Font and Font Size
icons up to the toolbar.
option (also after highlighting the type you want to
reformat) is to press Ctrl+]. Each time you press
Ctrl+], the size increases by one point.
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