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Date:         Fri, 12 Apr 2002 16:21:24 -0500
Reply-To:     Mike Granaas <>
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From:         Mike Granaas <>
Subject:      Re: FIGHT WITH FONT
Comments: To: CohenDiane <dc42@EXCHANGE1.DREXEL.EDU>
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Hi Diane,

Nice computer!

I don't know how to change fonts, but if you have a mid to high end printer you can set your printer to print two output pages per paper page. (Two pages on one piece of about hugging those trees!)

Each bit of printer software works a bit least mine do, but you start by selecting "print" from the file menu. Next to the text box where your printer is listed there is a button labeled "properties" you click that and start looking. For an HP printer you will likely see a box towards the lower left that lets you select how many pages per piece of paper (if your eyes are really good you can get 4 or 8 pages per piece of paper).

Other printers will vary, but, IMHO, this beats changing font size.


On Fri, 12 Apr 2002, Cohen,Diane wrote:

> Hi folks, your advice was really helpful re what I should get on my new Dell...thanks very much, again! For those interested, it's 40 GB, w/a 19 in monitor, Pentium IV, built-in zip drive, and some sort of sound system the Help Desk guy is drooling over. Makes no never mind to me - I just listen to BBC and NPR on it. Anyway, now I have a problem: I can't recall how, with my old computer, I was able to make the output font smaller than it appears on screen, and I never could replicate it at home, but I'm wondering if anyone can help. I've set whatever SPSS will let me set to Arial Narrow, 8, but it's still huge when I do analyses, and when I print. Any suggestions? Tree Hugger >

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