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Re: Dell NVidia 17" Monitor
This is not a monitor problem in almost all probability. It is either the website itself (they did not test it adequately for all operating systems and browsers...and if you are using something old or non-standard this could explain it...but more than likely you may be missing some (what I will call) interpretive software. Java would be an example or have some out of date software. Without knowing what Operating system or browser you are using I can only suggest making sure they are both update to the latest (compatible) version.
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There could still be bugs in the IE8 version so you need to downgrade your IE version by deleting it from the Control Panel, Add/Remove programs. Also, have you tried using Mozilla Firefox? whenever i have some websites that cannot be viewed to IE, i can with Firefox and vice versa.
It turned out that the dpi settings on their computer's display monitor was set at "120 dpi" instead of the normal "96 dpi". Once they fixed their dpi settings, the website looked fine and the links worked. and by using Virtual Site Designer, you can centered all of your pages and alsoeliminate the text wrapping regardsgolu_fixiya