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Hello,

Sounds like a screen resolution problem, monitor adjustment problem.
Screen resolution: right click on desktop>properties>last tab on right>drop down box>choose setting>e.g. 768x1080
Monitor: Menu adjustment>height>width>etc.
I hope this helps.

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