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Assuming that you've just added a second monitor.
You need to go into the Display Settings, or Display Properties dialogue box.
In there go to the Settings tab.
You'll see two squares marked 1 and 2. select the second one, then lower down on the dialogue box you'll see a checkbox to enable "Extend my Desktop to this Monitor"
Check it and you're good.
With your mouse you can select each monitor, and drag them around to adjust how your two desktop displays will seem together, higher lower, left or right side. Experiment till you're comfortable.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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