LaTex font size

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Hi !

I did search the forum and don't found any thread about this questions: it is possible to chance the size of the latex characters?

I know that if we use the word "itex" instead of "tex" the characters become smaller (to fit the font text size I think), but if we want to make the characters bigger?

[itex]2+2=4[/itex]
[tex]2+2=4[/tex]

[tex]\huge ps: Nevermind, \ I'm \ a \ little \ bit \ distracted \\\\[/tex], but the font size function are not working...
 
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[tex]
\tiny 2+2=4
[/tex] should be tiny

[tex]
\] \tiny 2+2=4 \[
[/tex]


[tex]
\] \scriptsize 2+2=4 \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\] \normalsize 2+2=4 \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\] \large 2+2=4 \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\] \large $2+2=4$ \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\] \Large $2+2=4$ \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\] \Huge \begin{equation*}2+2=4\end{equation*} \[
[/tex]

[tex]
\Huge \begin{equation*}2+2=4\end{equation*}
[/tex]

..appears to need a hack to make it work on PF... in math mode.
 
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thanks!!

[tex]\] \Large 2+2=4 \huge 2+2=4 \normalsize 2+2=4 \[[/tex]
 

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