Question about Computers & Internet
Now they require scrolling side-to-side to view the entire page. My resolution was and still is set to 1024 X 768... Have tried adjusting but no luck...
Try Going to "View" on the "Command Bar" and go to "Zoom" and check it for 100%. If you don't see "Command Bar" right click on any empty space on your toolbar and select "Command Bar". (File, Edit, View, etc.). Ian.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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