This should be easy. I was just asked how to adjust the size of the picture to meet the size of the screen. I am not at the office where the Dell 2300mp is. The projector has always been set in the same place, but now they want to move it further back. Is this possible or do you control it by the distance from the screen?
Robert "Bob" Holman
I think I found the answer, I found a manual online for it. And I found a page that gave all the specs on it. I believe the specs page has the answers I was looking for. It specified the zoom and focus are manual adjustments. My co-workers will try that this morning
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The simple is if you have Microsoft Office 2007 here also it can change the size. In Microsoft Office 2007 there you will see the name Microsoft Office Picture Manager.
In this Microsoft Office Picture Manager you can edit or modify E-mail pictures, Send pictures to Microsoft Office, or even Export pictures according to your desire.
For example: Resizing of your Photo "picture" here are the steps
Adjust according to your desire format or a size that you required.
After setting the size "pixel" click OK for confirmation.
And press Save after confirmation.
You can adjust the screen resolution to increase the size of the image to fill the screen.
Go to the Control Panel - Display - Settings and adjust the screen resolution to 1280 X 1200 pixels. If this still doesn't fill the screen then increase it further say 1600 X 1200 pixels even higher if necessary.
You can adjust your settings to something more to your liking by right clicking on your desktop in an empty area - then choose "properties" from the menu that pops up.
In the new window go to the tab that says "settings" and adjust the screen resolution to something a little larger. If you change your desktop settings in this manner then a window will pop up immediately after the adjustment asking you if you want to keep the new settings or revert back to the old one. If you don't select something within like 15-30 seconds it will change back. It does that just in case you change the settings so bad you can't see anything.
Another place to adjust the size of your fonts is to go to the "appearance" tab of the same menu and look for "font size" and there you can make your fonts bigger and ridiculously big, in case you still need to after changing the resolution.
I hope you find this information helpful, have a blessed day!
u can adjust ur screen setting frm ur graphic properties....
on main windows screen right click on mouse button then select graphic properties then u can select display setting ,colour setting etc..
if there is not ny graphic propeerties in urs laptop then again right click on mouse>properties>setting>adjust screen resolution.....
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