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When I have the screen set below the max resolution, I keep getting a popup throughout the day to change the setting to max resolution. But I don't like max resolution because the print is too small.

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Hello karen
You can accept the max resolution .
Now , you just need to alter the DPI , meaning the items dimensions by making a right click on your desktop and selecting :
under Windows 7 : screen resolution \ make text and other items smaller or larger ;
under windows XP : properties \ settinds \ advanced .
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fanaudi .

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Here is the manual: http://www.retrevo.com/support/NEC-LCD1770V-Monitors-manual/id/279dj981/t/2/

I believe you can turn off the resolution warning using the on screen setup menu.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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