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      Changing Text
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      Miscellaneous
   Command Reference
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      change-code-coloring
      change-file-read-only
      change-font-size
      change-line-wrapping
      change-modified
      . . .
   Variable Reference
      abort-file-io
      abort-file-matching
      abort-key
      . . .
      yank-rectangle-to-corner
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change-font-size

Set the font's width and height.

Under Windows, this command supplements the set-font command by providing additional font choices. Some Windows fonts include a variety of character cell widths for a given character cell height. (For example, many of the font selections available in windowed DOS sessions use multiple widths.) Commands like set-font utilize the standard Windows font dialog, which doesn't provide any way to select these alternate widths. This command lets you choose these fonts.

The change-font-size command doesn't change the font name, or toggle bold or italic. You'll need to use the set-font command to do that.

Instead, change-font-size lets you adjust the height and width of the current font using the arrow keys. You can abort to restore the old font settings, or press <Enter> or <Space> to keep them. This is a handy way to shrink or expand the font size. A width or height of 0 means use a suitable default.

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