How to set full screen mode in qbasic in windows 7 Tags: Windows 7 Qbasic Last response: September 23, 2012 12:06 PM in Windows 7 Share worinium September 23, 2012 11:53:07 AM Hello, please i want to run a bulky qbasic program that i got from the internet but it could not because of the screen setting. so please help me out with the code in order to enable me run the program. thanks More about : set full screen mode qbasic windows das_stig a b $ Windows 7 September 23, 2012 12:06:39 PM You need to change the short cut properties to run full screen. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Anybody found how to set cmd window to full screen mode in win 7? Forum q-basic full screen in windows 7 64 bit pc Forum How can i access dos in full screen mode in windows 7 Forum How can i access dos in full screen mode in windows 7 Forum How can i access dos in full screen mode in windows 7 Forum How to set monitor in full screen in DOS Mode? Forum Flashing yellow "fit mode" and then "full mode" on my 16x9 screen Windows 7 Forum Windows 7 goes into screensaver mode when I'm doing something in full screen Forum Why c program for computer graphics in windows7 not supporting full screen mode Forum Dos in windows 7 full screen mode Forum Software by which i can run dos in full screen mode in windows 7 Forum accidentally hit the projector mode.then all i see is a black screen. how to get it back to normal? using windows 7. acer aspi Forum Solvedmulti-monitor set ups, full screen on one or two monitors, how to? Forum how to exit out safe mode screen broken windows7 Forum How to set screen resolution to 1920X1280 using VGA in Windows 7? Forum How can I play older games on windows 7 full screen Forum How to use dos in windows 7 in full screen Forum How to run dos in full screen in windows 7 Forum How full screen in windows 7 Forum Getting smoother gaming with windows mode instead of full screen. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !