# The picture has got bigger cutting off the outer edges

The picture has gotten bigger and looks like everything is fatter, can't see the outer parts around screen.

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• smjonesy33 Oct 12, 2008

OK...but, I don't see that option on the menu....

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Change aspect, screen size thru menu

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