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by opokie / October 22, 2007 10:56 AM PDT

this i'm sure is easy to fix, but just can't think of how to change the setting. the question is our desktop has changed. there is a half inch border at the top and on the right side but no border at the bottom and left hand side. the icons on the left are halfway under the black plastic around the edge of the screen. it is a dell dimension 2400 windows xp. thanks, alan.

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Buttons on the monitor?
by BrianZachary / October 22, 2007 4:37 PM PDT
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Do you see the little buttons located on the bottom of the monitor? See them? Look down...there you go. Play around with those for awhile until you get the screen how you want it.

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Forgot to mention.
by BrianZachary / October 22, 2007 4:39 PM PDT

Some monitors have an Auto button. If you push that, the screen will usually fix itself to fit the screen. If your monitor doesn't have an Auto button, you will have to adjust the screen manually using the buttons.

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