How to Make a Font Darker in Adobe Reader

By Lysis

Adobe Reader is a free version of Adobe Acrobat. Adobe Reader allows the user to download or read documents over the Internet. The application also allows business owners to create and publish documents that are locked, meaning the user cannot change the material. Adobe Reader has become a standard in locked document technology distributed over the Internet. The software also has accessibility options, allowing people who have vision problems to darken fonts for ease of use.

Step 1

Click the Start button and select "All Programs." Select "Adobe Reader" from the menu items.

Step 2

Click the "Edit" button on the top of the main Adobe Reader screen. From this menu, select "Preferences." This opens a dialog box where you can set preferences for the reader, including font color.

Step 3

Click the "Accessibility" icon on the left of the preferences window. In this window, mark the check box "Replace document colors" in the list of options. Click the "Custom color" button. This opens a new dialog box.

Step 4

Choose a darker font color, such as black or navy blue. Press the "OK" button to confirm your changes. The font colors will change the next time you open an Adobe Reader document.

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