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SlickEdit Product Discussion => SlickEdit® => Did you know? => Topic started by: Lisa on March 27, 2008, 03:34:23 pm

Title: Change/Zoom Current Window Font Size
Post by: Lisa on March 27, 2008, 03:34:23 pm
You can change the font size and style of the current editor window using Window > Font, which displays the Window Font dialog. A quicker way to change the font size of the current window is to use zoom commands.

Two commands increase and decrease the font size: wfont_zoom_in and wfont_zoom_out. By default, the commands increase or decrease in increments of one pixel. These two commands are available as buttons that can be added to any toolbar you have docked, so with one click you can zoom the font size in or out. To add the buttons to a toolbar, from the main menu, click View > Toolbars > Customize. Select the Categories tab, then select the Windowing category. Drag the two zoom buttons to any toolbar docked in the editor, then close the Toolbar Customization dialog.

You can also use the wfont_zoom command with a size parameter to increase and decrease the font size of the current window. For example: