Original Article Date: March 3, 2005
With thanks to Mike Francisco for offering up this utility to easily set the text size in the Word Processor.
Download 235.zip and extract WordProcessor.mvba from the zip file.Place the mvba in the folder pointed to by MS_VBASEARCHDIRECTORIESKeyin vba load WordProcessor to load the project.Keyin vba run SetDialogText to run the macro.Mike writes:The key-in wordprocessor displayfontsize x changes the size of the text inside the text editor dialog box when using the Wordprocessor style editor. This is great for those of us who just can’t seem to get the monitor close enough anymore. However when our eyes start to go, so does our memory...who can remember all those key-ins anyway?. So I wrote this simple VBA that remembers the key-in and allows you to modify the text size. Once loaded, you will be presented with the following dialog and buttons:
The text size value starts at 15, and can be changed by increments of 1 by using the spinbuttons. When you can comfortably read the text, close the dialog by poking on the Done button.
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AskInga Article #235