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IE 7 page too big for screen

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Old 11-14-2008
Pappy
 

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IE 7 page too big for screen
I have two 19"ws monitors. For a long time now, I have been suffering with
one of them not showing all of the browser page or the Hotmail page and
contact list. If I scroll right I get the rest of the browser page. I
cannot get the bottom few entries of my contact list. Using 1024x768
resolution on both monitors. Monitors are Samsung flat panel digital.
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Old 11-14-2008
Leonard Grey
 

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Re: IE 7 page too big for screen
Does "ws" mean 'widescreen'?

LCD monitors are designed to operate at their native resolution. 1024 X
768 is not the native resolution for a 19-inch widescreen monitor.

The native resolution for your monitor is found in your owner's manual.
Also on the manufacturer's website. (It will likely be either 1,440 X
900 or possibly 1,680 X 1,050.)
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Pappy wrote:
> I have two 19"ws monitors. For a long time now, I have been suffering with
> one of them not showing all of the browser page or the Hotmail page and
> contact list. If I scroll right I get the rest of the browser page. I
> cannot get the bottom few entries of my contact list. Using 1024x768
> resolution on both monitors. Monitors are Samsung flat panel digital.

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Old 11-15-2008
GusW
 

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Re: IE 7 page too big for screen
I have the same problem. It started after I installed IE7. I'm running IE7 on
WinXp at 1025X768. Does anyone have a fix for this???

"Leonard Grey" wrote:

> Does "ws" mean 'widescreen'?
>
> LCD monitors are designed to operate at their native resolution. 1024 X
> 768 is not the native resolution for a 19-inch widescreen monitor.
>
> The native resolution for your monitor is found in your owner's manual.
> Also on the manufacturer's website. (It will likely be either 1,440 X
> 900 or possibly 1,680 X 1,050.)
> ---
> Leonard Grey
> Errare Humanum Est
>
> Pappy wrote:
> > I have two 19"ws monitors. For a long time now, I have been suffering with
> > one of them not showing all of the browser page or the Hotmail page and
> > contact list. If I scroll right I get the rest of the browser page. I
> > cannot get the bottom few entries of my contact list. Using 1024x768
> > resolution on both monitors. Monitors are Samsung flat panel digital.

>

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