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web page accessibility :: PDF and print versions

My web site includes links to documents in PDF format.  Because of
length, the documents are set in a 10-point font, with footnotes in an
8- or 9-point.

I am attempting to accommodate visitors with impaired vision, by
generating a HTML version of each PDF document, in order to enable a
visitor to enlarge the type via the browser.

But sometimes a visitor needs to be able to print out hardcopy for
reading off-line.  I do not know to specify the font size used in the
print version of a HTML document.  What is the mechanism?  Does a
browser access a default style sheet for printing?

Can someone point me in the right direction?


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