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Text size change by pressing the number 2 on it's own without a CTRL or Alt or Shift before it

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By double-clicking inside a text frame where the cursor is on a text line filled with text, I press the number 2 on the right-hand side keyboard number pad, and all the text sizes on that line increases.

 

I work in a role that I have to input lots of codes and numbers into my designs so to not be able to use the number 2 is hugely frustrating. 

 

Help!

Hi Mike,

 

Thanks for your help.I tried this before and still no luck. What was weird is that the issue only happened on that particualr document i was working on.

 

I called Adobe tech support..

 

FIX - Adobe said that the document may be currupted by one or many stacked issues. I created a replica dopcument with the same layout but left it blank and moved all the pages from the currupted file across to the new document. It worked! 🙂

 

Hope this helps everyone!

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Text size change by pressing the number 2 on it's own without a CTRL or Alt or Shift before it

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By double-clicking inside a text frame where the cursor is on a text line filled with text, I press the number 2 on the right-hand side keyboard number pad, and all the text sizes on that line increases.

 

I work in a role that I have to input lots of codes and numbers into my designs so to not be able to use the number 2 is hugely frustrating. 

 

Help!

Hi Mike,

 

Thanks for your help.I tried this before and still no luck. What was weird is that the issue only happened on that particualr document i was working on.

 

I called Adobe tech support..

 

FIX - Adobe said that the document may be currupted by one or many stacked issues. I created a replica dopcument with the same layout but left it blank and moved all the pages from the currupted file across to the new document. It worked! 🙂

 

Hope this helps everyone!

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Hi Mike,

 

Thanks for your help.I tried this before and still no luck. What was weird is that the issue only happened on that particualr document i was working on.

 

I called Adobe tech support..

 

FIX - Adobe said that the document may be currupted by one or many stacked issues. I created a replica dopcument with the same layout but left it blank and moved all the pages from the currupted file across to the new document. It worked! 🙂

 

Hope this helps everyone!

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