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Why are my pictures jagged when I view them on my computer?

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Your monitor may not be optimized for viewing images. For the best on-screen viewing, set your monitor display as follows: For computers running the Windows operating system: Select Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display. In the Display Properties window, select the Settings tab. From the Color Quality drop-down menu, select the highest setting your monitor will allow (usually 24 or 32 bit). Drag the Screen area slider to either 800 by 600 or 1024 by 768. Click Apply, and then OK. For computers running the Macintosh operating system: Access the Monitor Control Panel. Set the color to Millions of Colors.

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get the screen menu up and adjust the pixel settings
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