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How can I simultaneously, and proportionately, change different typefaces' size?

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Pls see the GIF below. I commenced the green text at 35, and red at 20. Proportionality requires that after any increase or decrease of the typefaces' sizes, I must still be able to retrograss to 35:20.

But as you can see, after I click the "Increase Font Size" or "Decrease Font Size" buttons, the text never retrogresses to 35:20. This appears outdated.


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If you want to design something, use an appropriate tool. Word is made to create text documents (even though it is not very good at this...). Word is not a design tool.

If you don't want to spend extra money to get a commercial design tool, you could use inkscape. In inkscape, you can select both texts and while holding ctrl use your mouse to scale them proportionally:

Screen capture of changing object size in inkscape

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