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Off center screen

The image is off center. I cannot see the desktop toolbar and the left hand side is cut off. I have black space at top and left. What now?

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  • Timberscot Aug 14, 2007

    I do not find a "menu" button on the computer.

  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2008

    I bought a new computer and the image is off center.

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On the computer there is a button called menu press it. use the position tool and put both of them equal eg 50-50

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