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My page does not fill the screen and i can't stretch it. i have a 2 inch gap either side of the page.i just won't to have it full size again.

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Hi Marie-Ann, which page are you referring to? Is it the Desktop? If so, right-click on it and choose Screen resolution. Try changing that and it may solve your problem.

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Check resolution setting in the properties tab.

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Right click on blank space on screen. Go to settings. Change resolution to another setting and see if that helps. Like if it is on 1040X1080 or whatever, change it to 600X800, See if that works.

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Have you tried adjusting the screen resolution? If you are running windows, try right-clicking on the desktop, then going to properties>settings>screen resolution. Set it to maximum available (I think it's 1024x768 on your inspiron). This should sort it out.

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have a look on the bottom right hand side of the screen and you may see a magnifying glass with a blue cross in it

Click on the drop down arrow and reduce the zoom level

hope this works for you

many thanks

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