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My scroll button makes the screen bigger or smaller sometimes, how do I turn that off?

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Try pressing control button and the scroll button at the same time

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Screen has got smaller on the sides, Tadi Brother said to go into menu and make it bigger, don't see any menu buttons. only an on and off av 1 and av 2


the menu mentioned is the on screen menu you are looking at the wrong remote as what you describe has no channel selections or volume control which you need to scroll around the on screen menu
when you get the on screen menu you will find an aspect ration section
alter that to fit the screen --ok exit

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Need to make words and games bigger on my screen was ok then all of a sudden everything got smaller


Hit the CTRL and + button to make it larger and the CTRL and - button will make it smaller.

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I need to make the printed matter on web sites bigger. Is there a way to enlage what I view online through the desktop, or should I buy a magnifying cover? I have an HP desktop, Pavilion with windows Vista


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Is it possigle to change the font size in an Email I received


In most email applications, to change the font size on-screen, do the following:

* Hold-down the left CTRL key, and scroll your mouse's scroll wheel: scrolling forward makes the font bigger, scrolling backwards makes it smaller.

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My mozilla browser seems to get larger, the view is not centered. please help me.


here is what to do to make your screen smaller.

1st option.
  • If your using a mouse with a wheel, then here is what to do.
  • Hold down the control button (ctrl) and then scroll the mouse-wheel up to make your screen larger or scroll the mouse-wheel down to make it smaller.
2nd Option
  • If you don't a mouse with a wheel, you can do this instead.
  • Hold down Control Button (Ctrl) and then press minus ( - ) to make your screen smaller or press plus (+) to make your screen larger.
  • You can use the minus( - ) or plus (+) either in the keyboard or in the numpad. They both works.
Hope my solution helps. Thank you for using Fixya!

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If you are referring to the size of the text within your browser (when you are on the internet only), try pressing the CTRL and - Keys at the same time (CTRL and the 'MINUS' Key)
If everything on the screen is bigger, programs included:
1) Right click on your desktop and go to properties. 2) At the top of the screen, click on settings. 3) Under "screen resolution" drag the slider to the right (towards more). More resolution makes things smaller on your screen. Less resolution makes them bigger.
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My Vista desktop has gone huge. I can change the icons but not the display on right side of screen and when I go to my internet home page it's enlarged too. HELP!!


Just do the following Press Windows key button and simultaneously press D button
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Windows internet font size has become much bigger than it was last night,i have to scroll from left to right to see everything on one page...just need the size a bit smaller


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