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Project will not display entire computer desktop

When projecting - it appears to display in a wide screen mode and you have to scroll up and down to see the entire desktop. Yesterday, it projected normally. Any suggestions?

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Hi, have you checked the zoom function, or magnify function?? Try zooming out in case in accidentally go zoomed in.

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