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Screen Not Completely Filling Monitor

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I have an old 12" inch monitor that works with a Mac LC II.  However,
the screen isn't completely filling the monitor--there's quite a bit of wasted "black" space at the sides of the screen.   I never remember this happening before.  Could anyone please tell me what's wrong, and how I could fix this problem?  Thanks.
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Use the controls on the front, side, or back of the monitor to adjust the height, width, tilt, pincushion, contrast, brightness of the monitor. They are manual control knobs.
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