Kind of like when the GOP wanted the 'line item veto' for Dole, but not for
> I'm a democrat in Kansas, and yes my vote will be lost cause of course
> Kansas will go republican. But, I still vote. My real hope this year is
> Al and Joe will win the electoral college and George and Dick will get
> the popular
> vote. That should raise enough ruckus to get rid of the electoral
> Woody in KC
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Subject: Re: font size THIS IS IT!!!!
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On 11/7/00 2:30 PM, Mckin1901@aol.com at Mckin1901@aol.com wrote:
> I tried this & it didn't get larger than 72. What am I doing wrong?
Do this exactly and it will work.
FIRST: You need to highlight the text you want to change to 100. If you want
to change the whole document, select "SELECT ALL". If you only want to
change several words, just highlight those with the cursor and your mouse.
SECOND: Highlight the 72 in the font size box, with your mouse and cursor,
THREE: type in 100.
FOUR: hit ENTER.