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Gmail page too wide

Sometimes in Google mail I get an email with a page so wide I have to scroll right and left to read it. Is there a way to narrow that page to the standard that most gmail messages are? Thanks much. ~ Chuck

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  • Chuck Custer Jan 15, 2009

    First, I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you. Thanks for your suggestion to change my screen resolution. When I do that everything is so small I nearly have to squint to see it. You suggested downloading the correct video drivers. Can you tell me how to determine if I need different drivers, then where I can find them? Thanks so much. ~ Chuck

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Dear Chuck:

I have a Dell Dimension 2400. Those came standard with a 15 inch monitor. Go to the blank screen, right click and click on properties, then click on settings, your resolution should be set to 1024 by 768. Or click on start, then click on control panel, double click on display, then click on settings, again your resolution should be set to 1024 by 768. If this does not solve your problem, then you need to find the correct video drivers for your monitor and download them.

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  • Stereomaster Jan 15, 2009

    Dear Chuck:



    Go to Dell.com, and follow the sequence there of putting your computer info., it's very easy, just put in that you have a desktop, then a dimension 2400, and that you want the video drivers, when you get to that screen, hit download now on all of the drivers, one by one, because neither I nor you know which ones are missing, this should solve your problem. Inform me if this solves your problem.

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