Yes.  The easiest way is to the use a <magnify> tag with the "textwidth"
type.  For instance:

  <magnify type=textwidth factor=80>
    <f name="Goudy">
    <z newsize=10>
    Here is my text.

You could also use a <setwidth newsize=XX> tag after the <z newsize=XX>
tag to scale the glyphs.  However, the setwidth will automatically be
reset to match the font size on the next <z> tag.


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