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How to resize my faceboook to its normal size? Right now it is juss too big

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ITS VERY SIMPLE TO RESIZE YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE.FIRST GO TO COSTUMIZE AND CONTROL TOOL .. LIKE IF U R USING GOOGLE CHROME BROWSER IT WILL APPEAR ON THE TOP OF MENU BAR AT RIGHT SIDE. BY CLICKING THIS U WILL SEE ZOOM OPTION.THEN BY ADJUSTING RANGES U CAN ADJUST YOUR PAGE.

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