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Program interface I have 4 programs that i use and like but the trouble is the interface is to big to fit my monitor (17")and i can't seem to make them smaller. I have tried to reduce with my curser but the whole interface moves but won't reduce, I have checked the resolution and it is set to 600X800.My windows boxes will go to any size i want but its the programs that won't resize. My operating system is P.C XP. thank you in advance for any help you can give me. Chris Kelly

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Re: program interface

Hi, Perhaps the developers of that program has set that to be the maximum size in relation to your Screen resolution. Maybe what needs to be done is to increase you screen resolution to something like 1280 X 1024 or at least 1024 X 768. This could be done by: 1. Right click on any clear are of your desktop; 2. Click on properties; 3. Go to Settings tab; 4. Set your Screen Resolution to your desired size (1280 X 1024, 1024 X 768 or whatever is comfortably acceptable to you and your video/monitor); 5. If within capability of your video card/monitor, you can also adjust you Color Quality to the Highest (32bit); 6. Click on Advanced button; 7. Click on Monitor tab; 8. Select highest Screen refresh rate (maybe 85 Hertz) within capacity of your video card & monitor; 9. if a selection or setting does not work, pressing escape will revert you back to the previous setting; 10. Apply, OK. Hope this be of some help/idea. post back how things turned up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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