Posted on 2011-10-12
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Hi Ive re-installed like I always do my Win 7 OS onto my laptop as normal!!

I can access my Display resolution and change from 800x600 to 1440x900 or less with no problems.

Ive since installed a simple webpage program that I always use and created my website on a lower resolution so that those with small pc screens and upwards would see my website in the same manner.  This was the advice from other experts in the passed.

When I try and change my resolution from for eg 800x600 to the heighest ie 1440x900 it changes but does not change to the expected visual look as it appears to be quite a bit bigger icon/lookwise!!

Does anyone know how to put this right?
Question by:mikey250
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Morten67 earned 2000 total points
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Hi. Could it bee that "Make text and other items lager or smaller" has changed?

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ID: 36954774
Its ok now I did the system restore!!

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Yes I did make other changes just to see what happened and it seems I could not find what I was looking for because I had also shrunk the visual display to about 4 inches by 4 inches!!!  thanks for your advice!!

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