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When I go to view there is no zoom in this place. My home page is to wide for the monotor screen. how can I narrow it to where it is 100 per cent.

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Go to settings on your desktop Right click anywhere and the go to properties then go to settings increase the screen resolution to 1024x768 things will get smaller. set the color quality to highest (32bit). then adjust your monitor. in menue set to fit window.

Hope this helps

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