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The images i load for setting as a wall paper is stretched one and it is too big for the screen.How do i make it a portrait size

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Try downloading this program to resize your wallpaper. Generally on Windows you simply right-click an area on your desktop and click :properties" to configure your background. The simplest thing to do is find your screen resolution and do a [Google] search for example: 1440 x 900 3D landscape, Define what you nedd and match your resolution. In WinXP just click the start icon and click "RUN", Copy and paste this command into the run box: dxdiag.exe a window will appeaar and you click "yes". When the new window opens click "Display" then scroll down to "Current Display Mode".

In Windows 7 and Vista click on the start icon and type the dxdiag.exe command into the search window and it'll appear in the above menu. Double click that item and proceed to find your resolution as stated above.

Hope this helps,

Nate P.

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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