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#1 newbie in hawaii

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Posted 01 July 2007 - 12:03 PM

Sony notebook here running Vista Business, need help adjusting screen resolution.
I have the capability enabled to log on as 2 different users, administrator and guest.
When logged on as guest and attempting to adjust screen resolution smaller, I am unable to view the entire page, therefore I am unable to change the resolution at all.
Resolution when logged on as administrator is fine, I am just having problems viewing the entire page as guest............am goin nuts because I cannot view the entire page and cannot change settings as a result of this.
Can anyone help?
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#2 JohnWho


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Posted 01 July 2007 - 03:50 PM


Try this -

when you have that screen resolution window up as guest,

press Alt + space + m.

You'll get a little 4-way arrow at the top of the Window Title bar.

Now you can use your arror keys to move that window so you can see and select the part that was not visible before.

Just clicking on your mouse button will turn off this feature.

Hope this solves your problem.

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