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Image extends beyond KDS 22" LCD monitor even at minimum size

The image extends beyond KDS 22" LCD monitor even at minimum size, so that the left and right columns are off the screen (most anoying to have START and the Close X off the screen). I have the H size set to 0. Do you have a suggestion?

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Use monitor factory reset option

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