[OS X TeX] Increasing font size in math mode

R Martinez rm.tech at mac.com
Thu Dec 15 01:51:05 CET 2011


Thanks for your prompt reply. Unfortunately, it does not work because \zcit is a math-mode command and the \large, \Large, etc., commands only work for text. If I could define a command that uses  Zapf Chancery in text mode, that would solve my problem.


Raul Martinez

On Dec 14, 2011, at 4:21 PM, Michael Welsh wrote:

> On 15/12/2011, at 1:10 PM, R Martinez wrote:
>> I have spent a fair amount of time scouring documents, books, the web, to no avail. Asking the list is my last resort.
> Use one of the following (they should work, and are in increasing size):
> {\large \zcit{A}}
> {\Large \zcit{A}}
> {\LARGE \zcit{A}}
> {\huge \zcit{A}}
> {\Huge \zcit{A}}
> You'll probably want to make it a macro, so something like
> \newcommand{\bigcit}[1]{\ensuremath{\large \zcit{#1}}}
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