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  1. BWRpota

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    Does anybody know how I can lock in a chosen font size?
     

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    For? Text? Browser? E-mail?
    Need some more details. Device also.
     
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    Sorry. SGSII, AT@T. Primarily for typing docs. I rarely text.
     
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    Earlier you said you were doing office documents and asking about Office apps.

    Font selection would be a function of the app.

    Please try to give details about what you are really doing if you want help from people.
     
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    Sorry again. I'm simply trying to type simple docs. In QuikOffice, I noticed I can increase the font size. Not too particular about the font style...I'm sure the default is fine. However, it kills me peepers to stare at that miniscule type.
    SGSII. Default OS. I just want an app within which to type that will let me lock in the font size so I won't have to reconfigure every time the app is opened. As for privacy, someone suggested a Samsung app,, as these don't store one's work in the "cloud". QuikOffice stores in the cloud, I think.
     
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    QuickOffice _can_ store in the cloud, but works with full functionally storing your document on your SD card, completely and absolutely private.

    https://market.android.com/details?id=com.qo.android.am3

    QuickOffice is not made by Google. It's made by an independent software house.

    Their community support forum is here -

    Community-powered support for Quickoffice

    Not saying you need to go to that site, but if you like QuickOffice and folks here can't answer questions on it, you can ask there as well.

    They may exist, but I'm not aware that Samsung is making much in the way of mobile apps - if there are, I've not met anyone that uses or has heard of them.

    All the better apps are made by independent developers who specialize in a given, particular app area.

    The vast majority of apps on Android (99%) are made by independent developers.
     
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    I like the idea of password protection. Someone else said that QuikOffice allows either cloud or SD saving, but not both. Of course, I'd choose SD. Just the advice I needed, folks. Thanks.
     

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