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How to use the S view port - switch monitor

I have a IMB laptop type 2373. I requestsing assistance in using the S view port. I need to make a presentation, however I do not know how to switch screen.

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Press the blue FN button and one of the F1-F12 buttons. It should show two screens. Also make sure you have changed the display settings in windows. Under the advanced Tab check the box that says "extend my desktop to this screen" after selecting the 2nd screen in the window above it.

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