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Can not maximize displayed screen. Not able to read all that is displayed.Problem is only with your product;Total System Sweeper#cdr836d1

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My screen decreased in size. I need to maximiz my screen, i have poor vision

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Hello
TRY THE FOLLOWING,
GO TO CONTROLPANEL
CLICK DISPLAY PROPERTIES -> CLICK ON SETTINGS TAB
CLICK ADVANCED -> IN THE GENERAL TAB CHECK FOR THE SCREEN RESOLUTION 96 DPI IF IT IS SO THEN GO TO MONITOR TAB
JUST MAXIMIZE YOUR SCREEN REFRESH RATE.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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Generally, it opens up the same size it is closed. Try opening it up...either webpage or document...maximize it to fit the screen...go to file>exit or close....don't use the X at the top of the screen. The next time you open it, it should be maximized. Try it out! I know it works with webpages.

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-best of luck

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I would to know how to the screen at full screen all the time,in stead of having to grab and pull the pages every time


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>comments suggestions ratings and violent reactions will be greatly appreciated

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