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My screen display is too wide. If I use controls on monitor to move screen to right or left, the whole screen moves & it just leaves a blank on right or
left. I need to shrink R & L simultaniouly.Any ideas?
Bob

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    Still have same problem. Tool bar, top & bottom are good. Also, when I open mail, mail opens to correct size for window. It's just the home page contents & anything I click on in the home page are too big to fit window. I have to use right & left arrows on bottom to read.

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Try changing the resolution of the screen. Right click on an empty area of the desktop and select properties. Now choose the Settings tab and try adjusting the slider for resolution and click on APPLY. The screen will go blank for a few seconds and will show up in the new resolution. If you find it satisfactory, click OK to keep it, or click NO to go back and try a different resolution.

You can also go into Control Panel and check the monitor properties from there.

Hope that helps!

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    Swilin Sampson Oct 21, 2008

    Try this...when on the page, hold down the CTRL and press the minus sign (-) till yo get the correct size you want. That should do the trick.

    PS, I would appreciate if you could re-rate the solution, as a "Thanks for Trying" is a negative rating. Thanks in advance,

    IrishDruid.


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