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Old 02-25-2010
Philomena
 

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Windows too large

System specs: Vista Business
Intel Core2Duocpu t5470
NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
I was having problems seeing the fonts inside the windows and the icons
on the desk top. I customized the DPI to 144. This made the widows too
large. When I went back to the DPI page to change back to 96 DPI, I
couldn't reach the buttons on the bottom of the page to apply the
change. The other problem is that the task bar is too large. It covers
the bottom of the page. Again, I can't change it because I can't reach
the apply buttons on the bottom of the page. I need to make the changes
because the DVD player won't work with these settings. I changed the
resolutions (to 1280x720), as suggested by the pop-up, but that didn't
work. I googled to see if there was a way of using the keyboard to make
the changes to the DPI but couldn't find any. I have some knowledge of
the computer. I can follow directions.


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Old 02-26-2010
 

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Re: Windows too large
You just need to press Enter to activate the Ok button (any Ok button as
long as the focus isn't on a text entry area). Escape activates the Cancel
button pretty much always.


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> System specs: Vista Business
> Intel Core2Duocpu t5470
> NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS
> I was having problems seeing the fonts inside the windows and the icons
> on the desk top. I customized the DPI to 144. This made the widows too
> large. When I went back to the DPI page to change back to 96 DPI, I
> couldn't reach the buttons on the bottom of the page to apply the
> change. The other problem is that the task bar is too large. It covers
> the bottom of the page. Again, I can't change it because I can't reach
> the apply buttons on the bottom of the page. I need to make the changes
> because the DVD player won't work with these settings. I changed the
> resolutions (to 1280x720), as suggested by the pop-up, but that didn't
> work. I googled to see if there was a way of using the keyboard to make
> the changes to the DPI but couldn't find any. I have some knowledge of
> the computer. I can follow directions.
>
>
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> Philomena


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