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Hi gang,  I am new here but not to Evernote.  I absolutely love it.  Anyhow, I am having a bit of an issue and am hoping someone can help me with it.  I opened a note that had some really small text in a pdf that I was wanting to read.  As it was so small I hit the ctrl key and the roller on my mouse to see if I could get it large to read.  Well now all my text in all my notes is really big and zoomed in.  I have tried ctrl and the mouse wheel again, I have checked the font size and it is a normal size (10 or 12).   It is fine on my mobile device.   Any suggestions on what I can do to fix this.   

Thanks in Advance for any help.

 

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@Javamom2 Which client are you using? On the mac client you can use [command 0] to reset the zoom, or [command +/-] to adjust it. I'd guess there's something analogous in each of the other clients.

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I am having the same problem. I zoomed on a PDF and now all my notes are miniature text. I do the CTRL+ but it only makes it so big, about half of normal size.

This last "upgrade" has been brutal.

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In the event it helps someone, uninstalling and reinstalling fixed it. Reset my default font to Segoe UI, but I'll take it.

I wonder if the issue had reset my font to size 1 or something. I am not about to mess with it to try to find out.

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On 1/31/2019 at 2:50 AM, FredrikOskarsson said:

Just insert another PDF document and zoom in it and it will solve your issue (Necropost)

Had this very anoying problem of not being able to zoom enough with " ctrl + ", fixed it with this solution without requiring the uninstall

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so.. I know this is really old BUT! its when you zoom into a PDF by using the ctrl+scroll wheel.  for some reason the note goes insane.. fixed it by going back to the PDF clicking into it and zooming out using ctrl+scroll wheel.

 

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