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Do not know how to change settings

My screen information is in Japanese and I cannot read it. I have lost my manual and have not been able to find online.
I need to adjust my screen but can not figure out how.

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My screen information is too large to read. When I try to change settings, I am unable to see the "OK" or "APPLY" buttons at the bottom of the page. How can I adjust my screen so that I am make changes.

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