[OS X TeX] \documentclass maximum font size

José Antonio Facenda Aguirre facenda at us.es
Mon Feb 24 21:44:07 CET 2014

You can use extsizes package,
Hope tias helps.
José A. Facenda

Enviado desde mi iPad

> El 24/02/2014, a las 21:25, Peter Teeson <peter.teeson at icloud.com> escribió:
> Please be patient with my newbie-ness.
> In TNSS it states that there are 3 point sizes for \documentclass namely 10pt (default), 11pt and 12pt.
> However I need to use at least 14pt (at my age even that is a bit of a struggle even with specs).
> My article is for my own use right now - it probably won't interest many others.
> TNSS explains that I can enclose the text in {\Large …….}. But is this appropriate for an entire article?
> It would be more logical (IMHO) to allow a larger base font size in \documentclass.
> Is this reasonable and available? Or did I miss something?
> respect
> Peter
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