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Accidentally pressed multiple keys on the keyboard and now everything is bigger than normal. its not zoomed in because the whole desktop still fits on the screen. all of the desktop icons are now bigger. all applications display bigger. how do i get it back to normal?

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  • sue e Aug 30, 2013

    try pressing CTRL - 1 or more times...that should make it go back to normal

  • sue e Aug 30, 2013

    thats ctrl and the key...above the below the underscore on the number row at the top

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Hi,
Right Click the Mouse with your pointer on the screen
Click on Properties
You shall see a display window
Click on Settings
Screen Resolution... Slid to the Less Pixels
Click Apply Button
That should solve your problem
Regards
Salim

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