Question about Dell XPS 200 PC Desktop
The print of the letters and screen is too large. Half of the documents runs off the screen. I went to control panel to make it smaller but it didn't work.
You should be able to place your mouse in a blank area of your desktop then right click. Then click on properties. Then click on the settings tab. Under this tab there should be a place to change your screen resolution. Change it to 1024 x 768 if it is not already there. If it is there then go to a higher number with the slider.
I hope this helps. If not, please let me know.
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Mar 10, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies
if you are using word open up word select view from the drop down list select toolbars select standard ,formatting
also open up word across to the left you will see arial times new roman arial black next will be more to name a few of the different languages from the drop down list your documents will be read in
also next to that will be a drop down list with all sizes you can change the sizes of text
open up a document you should a number of tabs at the top of your screen you should see a number with % percentage with a drop down list which has many zoom increases
hope it helps
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