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Windows 7: Feature funky with dual monitors

17 Jun 2009   #1

 
 
Feature funky with dual monitors

I have to have dual monitors and 7 works great with them. One of the cool featurs of 7 is to be able to put up two reading panes side by side. If you have not seen this it is done by opeing say 2 Word docs. Pull one left and one to the right. They will each fill 1/2 the screen side by side. When I do it with dual monitors - let's just say it does not give the expected results. Love 7!

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17 Jun 2009   #2

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Nearly forgot to check if MS finally implemented this feature... All other OSs had it years ago... will check how it works on Windows 7 tomorrow
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18 Jun 2009   #3

 
 

also if you move a frame and touch it to the top of the window it fills the screen.
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18 Jun 2009   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bloodhound View Post
Nearly forgot to check if MS finally implemented this feature... All other OSs had it years ago... will check how it works on Windows 7 tomorrow
Which OSs are you referring to? OS X and most Linux distros don't offer anything similar without custom scripts. This is one of my favorite Windows exclusive features.
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