Question about Apple iPhone 3GS Black (16 GB)
Entire screen is magnified and huge. How can I put it back to regular size/
That's a simple fix.
Just double-tap on the screen of your iPhone using 3 fingers to zoom-out. You can do the same thing to zoom in.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Hey kid_ant the 3 fingers to unzoom only works if you have gone into accsesories or the otherthing above or under it and but 3 click home button for zoom on or zoom off or ask or voice over on and off etc...
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use this if using windows vista/windows 7
Set the zoom level in Magnifier. This can display objects on the screen up to sixteen times larger than actual size. Follow these steps to choose the magnification level that you want.
In the Scale Factor list, select a level. The zoom level in the Magnifier window will change right away. Adjust the level until it's right for you.
use this if in windows xp
1 Click the "Start" button in Windows.
or try the accessibility mode
1) press start goto control panel be sure use are in classic view
2) select accessibilty options and select display tab and uncheck the enlarged icons option and apply and click on ok. this will reset all programs to a smaller view.
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