My grandmother would like to be able to print articles from the web in large type, so that any visually impaired people she distributes the printouts to will have a better chance at reading them. She uses IE7 on Windows XP.
Sure, she could copy the text of the article to a document, set the font size as high as she likes, and print the document, but I'm hoping to find a tool that allows for a more streamlined process.
IE7's Page Setup allows you to select a font size, but it only allows up to 14-point. My grandmother would like to be able to do larger type.
What I'm looking for is basically a printing equivalent of a Readability bookmark. Readability itself doesn't seem to do this. No matter what size text Readability displays on the screen, it always prints out with the same font size.