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adjusting the resolutioin in Ubuntu

Posted on 2007-03-30
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I recently put a CD of Ubuntu into the CD-ROM to test it, but when I clicked on Firefox to activate the Internet the webpages did not fit the page.  How do I adjust the webpages to fit the screen in Ubuntu because I cannot do it in Windows?

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Have you tried going to Ubuntu's Control panel yet for the display settings?  Haven't booted up in Ubuntu recently but it's probably under Systems someplace
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of course if you're using the live cd I believe you set your resolution while it's booting.
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Unless of course, you simply mean in Firefox itself. In Firefox, go to View->Text Size, decrease.
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