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Sizing ToolBook Pages on Different Size Monitors

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I have written an electronic book using ToolBook authorware for distribution on a CDROM. My problem is the pages were designed on a 19 inch monitor.  When displayed on a 15 inch or smaller monitor screen, only part of the pages are shown on the screen. (sometimes with a scroll bar). How can the ToolBook electronic book file be modified to accomodate different size monitor screens? In other words, how can a full ToolBook page be displayed automatically on any size monitor?  Thanks...


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This has nothing to do with the size of an "19 monitor, but on the screenresolution used (1024x768, 1280x1024 etc.).  I don't know the product you mention but thought I should clarify this.

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