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most dell pc,s have a button or a slide latch the button ore large on the top back edge some have one on top and one on the bottom . the slide latches are on the back looks like a on off slide switch usually near the the bottom about 4 or 5 inches from the bottom on the right side facing the back of the computer . But in your case i think it is screws holding on the side plate , find the finger slot and take the three srews off that side the plate should slide straight back and come off !
If your desktop is smaller than the dimensions of your monitor then follow the following steps to get a full screen:
Setting the resolution:
1) Right click on an open spot on your desktop and select Properties at the bottom of the popup menu.
2) This will then open up the Display Properties window as shown below.
3) Click on the Settings tab (it's to the top right of the Display Properties window as shown in the image below.
4) At the bottom left of the settings tab there is a Screen resolution heading with a slider bar beneath it. 5) Slide this bar to the left or right until you find the resolution you like. 6) The click Apply when you have found the right resolution.
Sliding the bar to the left = lower resolution, larger desktop icons and less quality. Sliding the bar to the right = higher resolution, smaller desktop icons and better quality. NB: If you are using a CRT (older screen) the max resolution will be around 1280x1024. Newer LCD screen (flat and thin monitors) can go way up to 1920x1080 and beyond if HD is supported.
NOTE: If when doing the screen resolution changes your screen goes blank after you click Apply then immediately hold down the Enter key to restore it back to your previous settings
If this doesn't work then it just maybe the case that you need to set the auto screen fit function on the monitor itself using the buttons provided on the monitor.
This tip is useful when you plug in a monitor and the screen displays the No Signal or Signal out of Range massages. Simply change the resolution to something the monitor can handle and there you go.
You can also check out my video tutorial if you want to:
For a general web page
Right click in the top of
screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select the menu bar
This will add to your
screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
select the view from the drop down list will be a Zoom with percentages %
if you select the view tab
at the bottom of the drop down list select full screen
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PUT YOUR CURSUR ON THE TOOL BAR THAT YOUR START BUTTON IS ON. PRESS AND HOLD THE LEFT BUTTON ON YOUR MOUSE. WHILE HOLDING THE BUTTON DOWN DRAG IT DOWN THE SCREEN TO THE BOTTOM.AS YOU DO THIS YOU SHOULD SEE THE WHOLE BAR MOVING DOWN, PERHAPS FIRST MOVING TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT VERTICALLY AND THEN ON DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SCREEN. WHILE AT THE BOTTOM RELEASE THE LAFT BUTTON ON THE MOUSE, THE BAR AND START BUTTON SHOULD NOW REMAIN IN THE LOWER SECTION OF YOUR SCREEN..
for firefox go to tools menu, click on options, click on the Applications, scroll down to mail to change the option from hotmail to yahoo.
for IE, on the menu bar click on internet options, the options are General, Security,piracy, Content, connection, program, advance, please click on the program options, you will see E-mail edit it to suit your purpose
Hey there stuart cdm, the task bar problem can be solved by scrolling down to the taskbar and right clicking on it to reveal a box which has properties listed on it. Left click on properties, and choose your options, you can uncheck the keep the taskbar on top of other windows option. You should also experiment with the other options checked to see which ones you prefer.
The size of the internet screen can be adjusted by clicking on the box next to the red X at the top right corner. then move your pointer to the right or left edge of the window and go back and forth until the arrow appears. When the arrow is visible, hold down left button on the pointer, and slide side to side until you get the size you prefer. You can also do this for the top or bottom, or on corners it will give you a diagonal arrow and allows you to expand or shrink the window easily. You can use this function to adjust the window size for any function and your pc should remember your last setting and keep it until you change it again. Good Luck!