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Anonymous
March 11, 2005 3:33:05 PM

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my son set-up a computer for me and when I go to internet the page is too
big, it's only showing me the center of the page. To view the entire page I
have to use arrows to see sides and top & bottom, problem is thats all I can
see is a little of the page at a time. I don't know much about computers so
everywhere i looked to try to correct this just didn't work. Was able to
change font and width of borders but that is all. I know there has to be a
setting somewhere that is incorrect but haven't a clue when to go or what to
do. PLEASE HELP!! Thank You

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Anonymous
March 11, 2005 6:37:27 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers (More info?)

Control Panel > Display > Settings > Move the slider a notch or two to the
left (decrease Screen Resolution).
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In memory of our dear friend, MVP Alex Nichol (1935-2005)
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mgamgr wrote:
> my son set-up a computer for me and when I go to internet the page is too
> big, it's only showing me the center of the page. To view the entire page
> I have to use arrows to see sides and top & bottom, problem is thats all
> I can see is a little of the page at a time. I don't know much about
> computers so everywhere i looked to try to correct this just didn't work.
> Was able to change font and width of borders but that is all. I know
> there has to be a setting somewhere that is incorrect but haven't a clue
> when to go or what to do. PLEASE HELP!! Thank You
!