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Changing Your Resolution Under Windows
1. Simply go to your desktop and right-click on some free space. A grey menu box
will pop up.
2. Left-click on Properties near the bottom of the menu. A large Display Properties
box will pop up.
3. Select the Settings tab in the Display Properties box.
4. Use the little slide bar near the lower left of the Display Properties box to
adjust to 1024x768 or higher and then click Okay.
After you've done this, Windows will ask you to confirm that changing your
resolution is indeed what you want to do. After you've clicked Okay again, your monitor
will flick off for a few seconds and then pop back to life again with the new
resolution. Windows will usually ask you to confirm the change one last time,
and then it will leave you to it.
Changing Your Resolution with a Macintosh
For all Macintosh operating systems below OS X, resolution settings are found under
the Apple Menu. Select Control Panels, and then Monitors and Sound. Or, you can use
the Control Strip at the bottom of the screen, and click on the Screen
For Macintosh OS X, resolution settings are found by clicking the Apple Menu, and
then selecting System Preferences and then Displays. Or you can click on the Apple
in the Dock at the bottom, and select Displays.