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Somehow, I've enlarged the image size on my Compaq 7600 monitor. How do I reverse it?

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Right-click the desktop and go to properties.
Under the settings tab you can change the screen resolution size. the bigger the number the smaller the icons will be on the screen

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What is the recommended resolution for HP2009M


The stated native resolution of this monitor is 1600 x 900. If you set your display resolution to that in your computer's configuration, you will get the sharpest display.
Note that there is always a trade-off between sharp image and the size of displayed items on the screen. By that I mean that if you set your display to 1600x900, your text will be sharp, but it will be smaller on the screen than if you see the resolution to 1280x720, for example. The trade-off would be larger text (say, if you have vision problems), but the text would not be as crisp.
Experiment with a few different resolutions to see what looks the best and has the best text size on your screen.
Note also that most browsers will let you enlarge the web page on your display by pressing Ctrl+ repeatedly until you get the size you want. Pressing Ctrl- will reduce the web page displayed size.

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Craigs list print on my account page is super small and i can't seem to find a way to enlarge it. how do i enlarge this? it is a dell windows 7


Try holding down the Ctrl key and pressing '+' at the same time. This will enlarge the web page image on your display. You can do this as many times as necessary to get a large image on your screen. To reverse the process, hold down Ctrl and press the '-' key (minus key)

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Compaq FS 7600 - display - CRT - 17" driver


click start control panel you will see thre options change theme change desktop background and adjust screen resolution then select resolution from the drop down list you can adjust to your preffered settings 1024x 768 is usually recomended (you have not stated your problem)
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How to enlarge a picture that is scanned or copied? When i scan or copy a picture it is too small and I want to enlarge it in order to view it better.


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Open an image. Go to the Image Menu and select Image Size. This is where you can change an image’s resolution and print size (width and height). The following Image Size dialog box will appear:
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Notethat the width and the height of the image as you view it on yourmonitor is not necessarily representative of the image’s actual widthand height—i.e., the size it would print out at (print size).Average monitor resolution is 72 dpi. If you view a 72 dpi image at100% in Photoshop, chances are that it will appear on your screen inits actual print size. However, this is not true when viewing a 300 dpiimage. A 300 dpi image viewed on-screen at 100% will be enormous. Don’tget tricked into believing that what you see on your monitor is whatyou’ll get when you print or place the image into another application.The best way to determine what your image’s actual print size will beis through the Image Size dialog box.
When the Resample Imagebox is checked, any changes you make to an image’s width or height willnot change the image’s resolution, and as such, any changes you make toan image’s resolution will not affect the image’s width and height.Keep in mind, however, when you increase width and height, orresolution, with the Resample Image box checked, you are adding pixelsto your image. These pixels don’t actually exist so Photoshop mustcreate them. As such, you will succeed only in degrading the quality ofyour image.
If you want to increase an image’swidth and height, or resolution, then uncheck the Resample Image box.Now any changes you make to the image’s width and height will changethe image’s resolution, and vice versa:
  • If you decrease resolution, the width and height will increase.
  • If you increase resolution, the width and height will decrease.
  • If you increase the width or height, the resolution will decrease.
  • If you decrease the width or height, the resolution will increase.
Thebest way to increase the width and height of a scanned image is to scanthe image in at a high resolution (about twice what your finalresolution should be), and with the Resample Image box unchecked, decrease the resolution. Once the image width and height is where you want it, you can then check the Resample Imagebox and type in the resolution you want if the resolution is too high.At this point, as long as you don’t increase resolution, or width andheight, your image quality will not suffer.

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When playing "Farmville" there is a toggle switch to click on to enlarge your farm picture from the normal size. My monitor goes to complete "white out". Any suggestions?


Try changing your screen resolution in Windows. The "white out" condition is usually an indication that the image being sent is out of the range of the monitor.

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Enlarge screen showing.there is screen not being


You need to expand your screen size with the buttons on the monitor, or increase your screen resolution, to a larger size, I think you need to adjust your monitor with the menu, +, -, buttons on monitor.

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About how old is a 17" compaq 7600 monitor?-any reliability issues with this one?


This monitor is 2-3 years old.

There are not any real reliability issues, but it is a crt monitor, meaning that it uses more power then todays lcd monitors.

Its worth about $50 used.

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Characters in the font have a slight wiggle.


Try adjusting the refresh rate. (i.e. 60hz, 75hz, etc) If that doesn't work, do you have any speakers or magents close to the computer screen? That can sometimes cause the images to move back and forth slightly.

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Fixing small objects


If you mean to enlarge a small low resolution image and make it a large image with good clarity and resolution, basically you can't really do this...

Well you can up to a point, say doubling the pixel size at maximum, but if you don't have the image size and qualitry to begin with, enlarging will rarely produce a clean image if you are enlarging it by a large factor.

Of course you can enlarge some images really well by say 25% by enlarging then using some sharpening filters like "Unsharp Mask" etc. You can get reasonable results this way, but if you are trying to say enlarge a 100 pixel wide image to 1000 pixels wide, it just won't work terribly well no matter how much sharpening or filtering you do!

Hope that helps!

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Monitor is enlarged, wont return to normal size


Hi, three possible things. 1) You have activated the magnifier. Go to Start, All Programs, Accessories, Accessibility, Magnifier - deactivate, should be a small window bottom left of the desktop. or 2) Your screen resolution somehow changed. Right click on any clear part of the desktop, go to properties, Settings Tab. Adjust screen resolution to desired setting then click Apply/OK. or 3)You are in Safemode. Restart and if same large icons etc, do # 2. Hope that this be of some help to you. Pls post how things turn up. Regards

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