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29 Mar 2010  

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JM123 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid View Post
Hello JM123, welcome to Seven Forums!

Right click an empty spot on the desktop and select screen resolution, select the resolution for the monitor of your choosing in the window that opens.

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i am not in a place to test this, but i don't think you get this option when they are mirrored and not extended like you have in the picture. When they are mirrored i only see the option (last time i tried) to adjust the size that is compatible with both screens which is the max size of my dell. I will double check tonight though.
That is true. Without third party applications duplicated screens have the same resolution. Max resolution is then the max resolution of the display that has smaller max resolution.
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