Try File>Print>Copies and pages>Page scaling>Fit to printable area.
Alternately, you can zoom in on the area you want to read, use the Snapshot Tool to select it then use File>Print>Copies and Pages and be sure "selected graphic" is selected (it should be by default after using the snapshot tool).
Thank you so much for your reply.
What does scaling mean?
I followed your suggestion. It printed as before - very tiny!
Thanks for your suggestion.
I did exactly as you said.
Unfortunately the document printed in the very small size, with a font size of about 4 or 6.
So, problems remain: increase font size AND ensure that document fills entire page!
I am simply baffled.
I searched through the help section; of course, the fact that I don't know what I'm talking about limited how to word what my issues are.
Addendum to my original request/query:
Perhaps this will be a bit more helpful - I enlarged origignal document on monitor to 125%.
When printing document, unable to figure out how to enlarge document so that it prints out similar to 125% size.
There must be something on the print options that would let me enlarge the printed document. Unfortunately I am unable to ascertain what they are!
After enlarging the document, have you tried using "Current View" on the print dialog to print the document?
One more thing, Current View works just for single page.
So, for multi-page document, you can try "Page Scaling" as "Fit To Printable Area" in the Reader print dialog.
Did that too.