I enlarged my library site screen with the left button magnifier. It won't reduce no matter what I try. I deleted it from Bookmarks. When I googled it thinking that a new page would come up with the proper size, the same enlarged screen came up. Can you help?
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The clock signal is absent for 5 sec or more after the fan drive signal has been generated. The detail codes of the fans in question are as follows:
curl reducing fan (FM4)
The fan wiring is faulty (short circuit, open circuit). The fan is faulty. The DC controller PCB is faulty.
1. Foreign matter Is there foreign matter that prevents the rotation of the fan? YES: Remove the foreign matter. 2. Wiring, Connector Are the wiring and connector of the fan normal? Developing fan (FM1): DC controller PCB (J302B) Fixing fan (FM2): DC controller PCB (J308B) Curl reducing fan (FM4): DC controller PCB (J311B) Curl reducing fan (FM5): DC controller PCB (J311B) Electrical unit fan (FM3): main controller PCB (J1028) NO: Correct the wiring and the connection. 3. Fan, DC controller PCB Try replacing the fan. Is the problem corrected? YES: End. NO: Replace the DC controller PCB.
Open the libraries folder. Or you can open another folder, such as the pictures, downloads, computer, etc. It doesn't matter which folder you begin on; all the Windows Explorer folders have the same method of enlarging the thumbnails.
Locate the taskbar near the top of the screen. On the upper right side of this, you'll see three icons. The first one on the left side, when rolled over with your cursor, should read "Change your view."
Click on the "Change your view" icon. A small menu will pop up with a list of different ways the Windows Explorer can present itself.
Select "Extra Large Icons". The icons will become large enough for you to see easily.
Try press Ctrl -(minus sign) to reduce the enlarged page, use Ctrl + to enlarged it again. You can also click on the 3 lines on the top right hand side of the page and check on the Zoom part, it should be on 100%
Open the menu settings and by reducing the resolutions on the picture format you can make the file size much smaller thereby reducing the time taken to save into the memory. But the fact remains that the picture quality will suffer as the resolution becomes lower - it will be ok to see on smaller screens but cannot have a good enlargement.
Press the RATIO button repeatedly to select the desired picture format. You can also adjust Aspect Ratio in the OPTION menu.
Set By Program. Selects the proper picture proportion to match the source’s image. (4:3 → 4:3, 16:9 → 16:9)
4:3. Choose 4:3 when you want to view a picture with an original 4:3 aspect ratio, with gray bars appearing at both the left and right sides.
16:9. Choose 16:9 when you want to adjust the picture horizontally, in a linear proportion to fill the entire screen.
Horizon. Choose Horizon when you want to adjust the picture in a non-linear proportion, that is, more enlarged at both sides, to create a panorama view.
Zoom 1. Choose Zoom 1 when you want to view the picture without any alteration. However, the top and bottom portions of the picture will be cropped.
Zoom 2. Choose Zoom 2 when you want the picture to be altered, both horizontally extended and vertically cropped. The picture taking a halfway trade off between alteration and screen coverage.
Cinema Zoom. Choose Cinema Zoom when you want to enlarge the picture in correct proportion. Note: When enlarging or reducing the picture, the image may become distorted. You can adjust the enlarge proportion of Cinema Zoom using D / E button. The adjustment range is 1~16.
The best way to solve this is to press the Function key (usually blue on the lower left of your keyboard) and either F4 or F5 (the one with 2 rectangular blocks - 1 solid & 1 hollow).You may have to repeat a couple of times to cycle through the options.
Another resolution may be to reset your screen resolution by right-clicking on the desktop and selecting Properties. Select the Settings tab at the top and reducing the resolution, or even reducing the frequency after clicking on the Advance button, and selecting the Monitor tab at the top. Try changing it to 60 Hz.
If part of the web page is not visible on the screen, you may have accidentally dragged it off to the side. Click the green button at the top-left corner of the web page to resize the window to fit on the screen.
If your screen resolution is set to 800 x 600 or less, most web pages won't fit on the screen. If possible, increase resolution to at least 1024 x 768 in System Preferences > Displays.
You may have accidentally hit Command (Apple key) and the plus sign (+) key -- this makes the text bigger. To reduce text size, hit Command and hyphen (-) key.
Finally, if Zoom is turned on in the Universal Access setting, you be looking at only part of the screen -- zoomed in like using a magnifying glass. Hold down Command (Apple key) and ALT key and hyphen (-) to see if this is on -- it will unzoom (zoom out) by one step. Turn this off or on in System Preferences > Universal Access.
I hope that helps.
The only option I see that comes close to this is the "fit to page" option described on page 35 in the manual. Apparently, it detects the size of the original and enlarges it to fit on the paper size selected. Otherwise, I see no options for enlarging or reducing while copying.
HI on the machine there should be a auto reduction enlarge all you need to do is press this place the original on the doc feeder and select the paper cassette in which the paper size you want the copy to be on. Once you have selected press the start button and then the reduction or enlargement is calculated for you.