I have a feeling you can't do this unless your printer is large enough to
accommodate a page that size. If you go to File>Page Setup>Page
Attributes>Custom Page Sizes, and try to create a Custom Page Size for 11 x
17, you won't be allowed to. It will default back to 8.5 x 14, which is the
largest size paper the average printer can handle.
Dear Word Moguls:
I've searched for the answer to this question all over with no luck.
(This is for Word '97 on Windows NT 4.0 on a pentium)
I have many documents that consist of 3 to 4 sizes of the same font.
How do I change the whole document so that all the text is 1 or 2 sizes
smaller (or larger)?
The doc I'm looking at now has font sizes of 20, 12, and 10. How can I
just subtract 2 and get sizes of 18, 10, and 8, respectively? I
understand that I can go through the document piece by piece and select
and change one by one, but, there's gotta be a better way. Right?
I tried modifying the font size setting for the style but that only
changed all the font for the main text but not the headings.
Thank you for any ideas on this.
12. 11x17 documents