Display size

I accidently grabbed my phone while the screen was on and the display in messages is now HUGE. My selection of font size is still the same. I have figured out how to make individual messages smaller (the same way you zoom in on photos), but when I go the list of messages it just gets big again and the same action does not work. How can I change this? Thanks

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Still trying to reduce display size

Thank you, but this isn't what I need. I have tried this and the settings I chose initially have remained the same. What happened is the entire screen expanded when I grabbed the phone touching the screen when it was on. Sort of the same as how you use two fingers to zoom in and out of a photo. When I go into a particular text conversation I can use the two finger method to "zoom" the message in and out, but when I exit it will go back to zoomed in (extra large). help. It just takes up so much room with the large letters .

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That Samsung doesn't seem to document their apps well. I could not find this doc so all I can share that I would, while in the texting app pull down the menu and look for settings there.

If that fails, try 1800SAMSUNG as well as your carrier's support counter. I've fixed such before but across 10 phones (different makes or models) it was 10 different procedures.

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