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Desktop only partially viewable on monitor

Bottom inch or so is off the viewable area of the screen

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How to fix it depends on what operating system you use. For Windows right click on the desktop and choose Screen Resolution. Look under "What display should I use" and follow the instructions or simply drop the resolution down one step

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