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Is there way to make Mathematica format text in nested expressions, such as

(1.000*r_0^2*v_0^2)/(M + M*Cos[\theta] + (M*Cos[\theta]*v_0)/(Sqrt[(M^2)/(r_0^2*v_0^2)]))

Format so that the most nested text, i.e.

(M^2)/(r_0^2*v_0^2)

Is displayed in the default output text size, and all of the containing, larger text is rendered as bigger than the default text? Failing that, can all of the output text be the same size? It can be very difficult to read text in expressions that have even two levels of nesting.

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If I understand your requirement correctly then I think what you are looking for is ScriptLevel->0 which you can set locally at the cell level via the option inspector. You can also set the minimum script size –  Mike Honeychurch Oct 26 '13 at 23:23
    
You can also change the ScriptSizeMultipliers option: Style[expr, ScriptSizeMultipliers -> 1] –  ssch Oct 26 '13 at 23:37
    
@MikeHoneychurch I might be misunderstanding, but it looks like ScriptLevel is already set to 0 in the option inspector. –  William Kunkel Oct 26 '13 at 23:38
    
Both of those options prevent the shrinking, but do you know if there is a way to make the outer text larger? –  William Kunkel Oct 26 '13 at 23:41
    
It would be easier to be 100% sure if you posted an example of what you want the final result to look like. You can just increase the font size at the cell level you know. Do you want the font size for all terms to be bigger or just some? Sorry but I find it unclear what you actually want –  Mike Honeychurch Oct 27 '13 at 0:10

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