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Aug 29, 2012 · Changing the font size in LaTeX can be done on two levels, either affecting the whole document or parts/elements of it. Using a different font size on a global level will affect all normal-sized text as well as the size of headings, footnotes, etc.

Introduction. To change the fond typeface of the entire document, a simple line must be added to the preamble: \ documentclass {article} \ usepackage [T1]{fontenc} \ usepackage [utf8]{inputenc} \ usepackage {tgbonum} \begin {document} This document is .

This series of commands set the current font to medium weight italic garamond 12pt type with 15pt leading in the T1 encoding scheme, and the \selectfont command causes LaTeX to look in its mapping scheme for a metric corresponding to these attributes.

Possible Duplicate: How to specify font size less than 10pt in LaTeX Sometimes when I want to review a draft I need larger fonts. Is there a package or a command that I can use to increase the.

LaTeX font size. Per default latex use a font size of 10pt (depending of the used documentclass article, report, book und letter). This could be changed to 11pt or 12pt as a option of documentclass. That does not mean that only these three sizes can be used, it is only the size of the normalsize font.