How do I get a selected area of a PDF file to print?
If you are accessing it through a web-page, choose the option 'View as HTML.' (It should be under the original link.) Now press Ctrl+F and the Finder will pop-up. Enter in a few words of the section you're looking for. The page should jump to that section or you might have to browse around for a bit. Once you reach that section copy all the parts you want then paste it into Word. Now you can enlarge the font to as large as you want before printing. HOWEVER ...if the above option is not possible, the only thing I can think of is using Zoom (it should be on the horizontal menu bar above the top of the document) then once you have the size you want, press the Prt Scrn / Sys Rq button. It should be right next to scroll lock. Once that's done, open Paint, press Ctrl+P and cut the part you want. Save it to open in Word if there's more or just print from Paint. Hope this helps.
How do I Enlarge font in Yahoo mail?
While the page is displayed, hold down the CTRL key and then rotate the mouse wheel 1 click at a time. Moving it towards yourself will increase the font size, the other direction will make the font smaller. This action provides about 4 font sizes to set you pages to be in.
How large can I print 1920 x 1080 Widescreen Photo?
1920 x 1080 is 2 megapixels. See information here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;... So if you print an 8x10, that's 1080 pixels in the vertical dimension, which is 8", so it's (1080/8 =) 135 pixels per inch. That's pretty low. It'll look OK from a distance, but if someone gets close at all, it's going to look blocky and grainy. To look sharp, you'd want about four times the resolution, or 200ppi, and it would continue to look sharper up to 300ppi. So how big would you want to print? 1080/300 = 3.6, so you'd be printing at 300ppi when you print a 3-1/2" x 5" photo. That would be really nice and sharp. 200ppi is still pretty sharp, so that's 1080/200 = 5.4, so it would be pretty sharp in a 5" x 7". Get much bigger than that, and it'll only look any good from a distance.
What's the biggest size you can enlarge a 35mm negative without distorting the image?
There is no standard answer to this question without first telling us what kind of film you are using and by what means you are printing. But really this question boils down to aesthetics, because you can make mural prints using 35mm, but its not going to be exactly lifelike. Anyhow, The reason I ask these questions is because how large you can print depends on many factors, namely the ISO and the grain structure of the film as well as the resolving qualities of the lens you are using: camera and enlarger. For instance if you take Kodak Tmax 3200 which has very pronounced grain that is when you enlarge it, it has a salt and pepper like texture, and you enlarge it to say 16x20 your going to end up with a relatively grainy, as well as contrasty print. Although if you have ever seen Sebastio Salgados prints made from this same film, it is quite different, but then again the person in New York who prints his film is quite skilled and has been doing his job longer than you have been alive most likely. Now on the other end of the spectrum you have really fine grain films like Rollei 25, which as the name suggests is rated at ISO 25. If you enlarge this particular film to 16x20 you are going to get a relatively different print compared to Kodak 3200. For one thing you are going to have a lot more tonality, and another thing is that you aren't going to have the pronounced grain. However this is not to say that you can't print beyond 16x20, because indeed you can and I have seen it done with a mural print of 6 feet in length. Certainly the image was a bit grainy and was starting to fall apart if you got up close, but generally you don't get up close to view a large print. On the other hand if you want the viewer to feel as if they are there in the print, forget 35mm, and try 4x5 or 8x10. As most people these days are familiar with megapixels lets just say that the megapixel equivalent of such film sizes range anywhere from as little as 200-800megapixels. So if you are going to print large, then either get the biggest negative possible or start saving up for a scanning back.
Why is my fonts suddenly become so small I can't read anything?XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX...
Most likely you can change it by going to your control panel. Click on Display, then on the Apperance tab and then click the Advance button. On the picture you can click on what font is small and change the size in the appropriate window...good luck and i hope this helps...oh and its for windows xp option 2: go into the control panel and click on display as you did above. Then click the settings tab. To make things bigger move the Screen Resolution down to make things bigger and up to make things smaller. Make sure the number 1 and number 2 screens are the same size and that will be the original settings! again this is for windows xp. thanx