According to the Manual, you don't have to fiddle with font size. The only reason I even asked the question was that I had not seen it anywhere in there.\ Cindy Lou Ray. Each day is a new adventure. ----- Original Message ----- From: NANCY M HILL To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 6:13 AM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: font size Thanks, Amy. It sounds like that as a scanner I really don't need to fiddle with font size. Does that sound right? Thanks, Nancy ----- Original Message ----- From: Amy Goldring Tajalli To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 2:30 AM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: font size Nancy, There are many reasons to change the font and its size even with usable vision. Usable and comfortable or easy are not the same. I can see normal texts size and print but not for long and not without getting a migraine. Whatever reason you have to change, the end result will be back in the original of the book. When you decide on all the settings you want, remember to "save settings" and when you get back to work on the book don't forget to "load settings" or you will be back at the book without the changes you made in the settings. It does not matter what you label the settings you use as long as you remember what it is. I sometimes use the same settings for more than one book to save bothering to reset them each time. The program does not care as long as you use the same settings every time you work on or read that book. Under Display, you have a sub-menu for single font and you can check that and have one font with the size ; bein g the original of both. If for some reason you wish to change these you can do it there. Even if you change it, when you submit the book it will be back in the original but you can work in a font and size easier for you to read. Otherwise, leave single font unchecked and use the magnification . Within the book itself, if the font is normal in the scan where it should be italicized or bold for just a section of a few words,highlight those words, go to edit, down to format, then click on font and you can click italics or bold. After those are changed, Click back so that nothing is highlighted and you should be back to normal text. I know there is a way to do this without sight using contol or alt and but I don't know how. You will need someone else for that. Sorry. Amy omsm "If it now, ''tis not to come,/If it be not to come, it will be now, If it be not now, yet it will come/The readiness is all." William Shakespeare.