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He is correct, But you can make the adjustment yourself. Go to the Windows front end screen and RIGHT click, select Properties then the Settings tab. Check that the monitor displayed is the one you are using and then use the controls offered to make adjustments. Be ready to click the cancel button offered in case the screen becomes unreadable. The system will allow you about 30 seconds to confirm any changes you make. If you do not confirm then the screen will revert to the state it was in before you made the changes. This is to ensure that if you are not able to read the screen then it will be put back as it was originally.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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