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AARP MAGAZINE PRINT SIZE

My suggestion and complaint are that AARP magazine I feel is not taking into consideration the print size for Seniors with more diminished vision.

Even ads in the magazine are in a larger print so they are easier to read the articles.

Trish

 

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@patriciaf513220 Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback! AARP The Magazine and the AARP Bulletin Are both available online. I invite you to visit AARP The Magazine at www.aarpmagazine.org and the AARP Bulletin at bulletin.aarp.org to use the "zoom" feature on your browser to make the font larger. 

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Then what the hell is the magazine worth?  

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I want to read the magazine in my bed and hold it in my hand whilst I relax like all us elders  did in the past.  We ARE YOUR TARGET POPULATION and many seniors, elders, old folk, etc. don't use computers.  Please be realistic and empathetic.

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Yes I was asking wondering about getting a prescription with large print also it's very difficult for me to see the print that is sent to me if you could help me I appreciate it thank you Carol 

 

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Some older members have vision problems and are also not computer users. A large print version of the paper bulletin and magazine would be really appreciated!

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Agreed. I would think that a magazine covering the senior issues and the best senior news around would consider large print for its readers, even if we had to pay a little extra. I have to sit by a bright light or a sunny day to read it all. Yes, I know how to use s computer, I’ve been online since it all first began, but I more and more appreciate reading an actual book, the feel and texture in my hands makes it a more memorable read for me at times; Same for magazine. Sometimes I want to lay it out on my coffee table, the topics shown in the cover have started some interesting conversations. But the print is too small (for me) to read it with a low light like I keep on my bedroom stand, or anywhere else not particularly bright. I love this magazine, it has kept me informed on topics I rarely see or hear anywhere else. Thank you AARP!

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Could not agree more. Very difficult to read this magazine.

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Could not agree more. I like the print magazine but can barely read it.  My wife says I should just cancel!

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