How To Make Comments Bigger In Mac For Word

To change the text size back to its original setting, all that’s needed is to click the down arrow of the text size drop down (the one that now says “1”) and pick 8 instead. Once that’s done, click OK to exit the window, and then click OK again in the Manage Styles dialog to complete the change. To set the size of text you’re about to type, or text in a selected block, heed these steps: Click the Home tab. In the Font group, click the down arrow next to the Font Size box. A menu of font sizes appears, as shown in the center of this figure.

To set up zoom, choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Accessibility. Click Zoom in the sidebar, then select any of these zoom features:

Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom

After selecting ”Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom,” you can use these key combinations to zoom:

Zoom in

To zoom in, press these three keys together: Option, Command, and Equals sign (=).

Zoom out

To zoom out, press these three keys together: Option, Command, and Minus sign (-).

Toggle zoom

To switch between no zoom and your last amount of zoom, press these three keys together: Option, Command, and 8.

Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom

After selecting ”Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom,” you can press and hold the Control key while scrolling with your mouse or trackpad to zoom. Use the ”Zoom style” menu to choose from three zoom styles: full screen, split screen, or picture-in-picture.

Enable Hover Text

After selecting ”Enable Hover Text,” you can press and hold the Command key, then move your pointer over an item to display a larger, high-resolution version of that item.

Use the Options button in the Zoom pane to set the size, font, location, and color of this text. Learn more about Hover Text.

Enable Touch Bar zoom

After selecting ”Enable Touch Bar zoom,” you can touch and hold the Touch Bar on your MacBook Pro to display a larger version of the Touch Bar onscreen. Learn more about Touch Bar zoom.

Learn more

  • Learn more about how to make it easier to see what's on the screen of your Mac.
  • Many apps have their own keyboard shortcuts or other features for zooming or making content bigger. For example, learn how to zoom in on webpages in Safari.

How to resize all / multiple images in Word?

When we copy or import images from Internet or other files, the size of the images may be various. Everyone knows how to resize pictures one by one, but if we want to resize them to the same size all at once, how can we do? This tutorial will show you several methods of resizing images.

Resize multiple images all at once with Kutools for Word

Resize images manually in Word

Cisco anyconnect on mac. 1. To show the picture’s sizing handles by clicking on the picture;

2. Put the cursor on one of the picture’s sizing handles.

3. Drag the sizing handle until the picture size is suitable for your needs. See screenshot:

Note: With this method, you cannot resize multiple pictures all at once. You need to resize them one by one until all pictures are resized.

Resize images with VBA

With the following VBA code, you can resize pictures to your ideal size. You can get it done as follow:

In this example, we resize the picture size to 1.78 inches height and 3.17 inches width.

1. Please select a picture you want to change the size;

2. Press Alt+F11 to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window;

3. Click Module from Insert tab, copy and paste the following VBA code into the Module window;

VBA code: Resize one image to specific size:

4. Click Run button or F5 key to run the VBA code, and the selected image has been resized to your need size.

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Note: In the above code, In shp.Height = InchesToPoints(1.78 ) and shp.Width = InchesToPoints(3.17) are the height and width of the picture, you can change the size to meet your need.

With this VBA code, you also cannot resize all or multiple picture at once. You need to go back and forth between the Word document and the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window to select the picture and apply the code. That’s too time-consuming.

Resize images with Kutools for Word

With Kutools for Word's Resize Images utility, you can get rid of those annoying and time-consuming operations, and quickly resize all images from your document.

Kutools for Word: with more than 100 handy Word add-ins, free to try with no limitation in 60 days.

1. Please apply this utility by clicking Kutools Plus > Resize. See screenshot:

2. If you want to resize all images to a certain percentage of their original size, please select one of the six percentage from the drop-down list. For example, if you want to resize all the pictures to 50% of their original size, please select 50%. After clicking 25%, you will see all pictures have been sized to 50%. See screenshot:

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If you want to adjust all images to the same size with a seleted one, please select a picture as the model size, and then click Kutools Plus > Resize > Resize Images with Selection, and all images will be resized the same size based on the seleted one, see screenshot:

For more detailed information about Kutools for Word’s Resize Images utility, please click here.

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    If you save your document as .docx, then you will be able to open it as zip-archive. There will be media folder with all images (mine had PNG images). You can then use programs like IrfanView, XnViewMP, FastStone Viewer to perform batch transformations like resize, reduce color depth, etc. Pack your images back into zip and rename it to docx.
    For example, in my docx full of screenshots I needed to reduce number of colors to 8, which is enough for documentation purposes. After processing my 10MB doc became 1.8MB doc, so savings can be significant. Always save your original docx in case you want to restore pictures after too much degradation/processing etc.
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    I need to resize all images in a word document to the same width but not deform the images. so scale them to the same width. Is this possible through a macro?
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    Does anyone know if an image placeholder/dropper/automatic sizing feature is available in Windows 365? No idea where to look or find assistance on this since the Microsoft chat help was SO unhelpful. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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    save your money and run this macro: Credit to Dave
    Sub resizeimages()
    Dim i As Long
    With ActiveDocument
    For i = 1 To .InlineShapes.Count
    With .InlineShapes(i)
    .ScaleHeight = 60
    .ScaleWidth = 60
    End With
    Next i
    End With
    End Sub
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      Where i put this code?
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      [i]save your money and run this macro: Credit to Dave
      Sub resizeimages()
      Dim i As Long
      With ActiveDocument
      For i = 1 To .InlineShapes.C ount
      With .InlineShapes(i )
      .ScaleHeight = 60
      .ScaleWidth = 60
      End With
      Next i
      End With
      End Sub
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      Excellent!!! You saved my money and my time. Thank you very much!