On Dec 16, 9:52 pm, Gregory Lypny <gregory.ly...@videotron.ca> wrote: > Hi Murray, > > Thank you for responding. Not sure how to do that. When I call up the > stylesheet for a notebook, the styles apparently pertain to the working > environment. There does not seem to be any option to see the styles for > printout. A notebook's default font for text cells is Times 12-point > in the working environment. If I switch to the printout environment, > the text cell font is Times 13.5 point, but that has no effect on > printing, where it appears to print as 9 or 10 point. I also opened the > Option Inspector and searched for options with the word print, but > nothing resembles one that would cause Mathematica to print in the > apparent font size. > > Regards, > > Gregory > > On Thu, Dec 15, 2011, at 6:50 AM, Murray Eisenberg wrote: > > The Printout environment is different from the viewing environments > > (Working, Presentation,...). You may want to edit the style sheet and > change the settings for the Printout environment there to suit your > needs.
For some reason the default magnification for the "Printout" style is 0.72. Therefore a 12 point font would look like a 9 point font when printed.
To change the Printout style you could edit the stylesheet and create a new input cell and select the cell bracket and then go Cell > Show Expression from the menu and paste in this: