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Menu icon on screen can't reduce to normal

After click one menu (not remember which one) the icon became large and can't find menu to reset back to normal even click on reset screen.

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Simply use 3 fingers to double-tap on your iPod's screen to put everything back to their normal sizes.

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Believe it or not, it is easier than you think.

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Now work down the oversized window and click the "Off" radio button under "Zoom:"

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As you can see in this screen shot, all you had to do was turn off
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The Zoom feature is one of Apple's assistive devices for the visually impaired who actually need greater magnification in order to truly see, what is on their Desktop screen.

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Display is too large for screen


Hello Dr. Bankert and thank you for contacting Fixya, I will be glad to assist you.

What you need to do is turn off a setting within the System Preferences > Universal Access feature within your Power Mac G5.

To do this, you need to click on the Apple menu icon, located in the upper left corner of your screen. When you do click on that menu icon select System Preferences from the drop down menu:


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Then go into System Preferences and look for the pane (icon) entitled Universal Access 9_16_2012_10_06_45_pm.png

• Click on the Universal Access and you will see this view:


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Under the Seeing tab, make sure Zoom is turned to Off

This should bring your enlarged screen back to its normal size.

You can now also click the Show All button located at the top of that window (on the left side) to return back to System Preferences main window.

From within System Preferences, select Displays and try selecting a lower resolution like 1280 x 1024 or 1024 x768 for example and see if selecting one of those resolution settings helps to reduce the size of your display window.

Please let me know if any of these simple recommended steps help.
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  2. Then click on the Control Panel icon located in the right column of the Start Menu.
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  4. Then click on Settings, then click on the Control Panel icon to open up the Control Panel.
  5. Now, Double click on the Display icon to open up the Display Properties Window.
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Increase my font size


You did not specify your operating system.
For Windows XP
Go into your Control Panel by first clicking on the Start Button.
Then click on the Control Panel icon located in the right column of the Start Menu.
If your Start Menu is set to the Classic View, then begin by clicking on the Start Button.
Then click on Settings, then click on the Control Panel icon to open up the Control Panel.
Now, Double click on the Display icon to open up the Display Properties Window.
Then click on the Appearance tab at the top of the screen.
At the bottom left side of the screen you will see an area to change the Font Size:
Use your mouse to switch between normal, large and extra large according to your preference.
Then click on the OK button to save your changes and exit Display Properties window.
Windows XP will immediately adjust to your new Font Size without restarting your system.
Then close the Control Panel to return back to your Windows Session.

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New Acer 5532 laptop; v.wide screen but not v.deep. Currently, large toolbar icons take up some 25% of the screen unecessarily - how to reduce their size down ?


Depends on which Windows version you have, unstated.

Right click on screen anywhere except other icons, go to "properties" and adjust screen res to max and also check under appearance that icons are "normal"

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My IPhone screen is magnified and it won't go back to normal size. All icons are very large


Easy, take three fingers and double tap your screen. Now that your phone is back to normal, change your settings so that this doesn't happen again. Go to settings, click on general, click on Accessibility, click on Zoom, then turn it off. Now, this wont ever happen again.

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I have no idea about the date part, your question is too vague.

The icons, right click on the desktop, and when the menu comes up click View-->Medium Icons.

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