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I discovered that having the Stationery pad checked under a file's properties will cause this behavior on purpose. This will create a new copy of an existing file every time it is opened, no matter the program doing so. (I suspect this flag became corrupted due to me having to "hard reset" the system.) Of course, after all was said & done, I was able to ...
From the menu choose View > Zoom In or ⌘shift.
TextEdit has always operated this way. Most applications do.
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