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"Preview" How to resize text you add in program (via Annotate --> Add Text)?


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Hello,

I successfully have used Preview's Add Text function under Annotate, but what appears is really large text. I have no idea how to resize the text itself. There are ways to resize the "text box" but not the font size.

Anyone know if there's a way to resize the font?

Thanks,

Patrick
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Hello,

I successfully have used Preview's Add Text function under Annotate, but what appears is really large text. I have no idea how to resize the text itself. There are ways to resize the "text box" but not the font size.

Anyone know if there's a way to resize the font?

Thanks,

Patrick
Hi Patrick

Just select the text box and press command + t or you can go to tools fonts to change it.

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