Desktop icons not equal on left of screen compared to right of screen

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    Boozad said:
    Can you post a screenshot of your desktop? You should be able to adjust the screen size and position through Catalyst Control Center. It's possible you have a small amount of overscan.
    I chopped off some of the centre of the screen shot, to give you a better idea.
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       #12

    Did you try adjusting it in Catalyst Control Center?
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  3. Posts : 394
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       #13

    Boozad said:
    Did you try the overscan and screen position options in CCC?
    I can't seem to find anything along those lines on my CCC.
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  4. Posts : 394
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       #14

    Most of the shortcuts on my desktop are for files being worked on now, doc and pdf files, folders and etc. I also have my drives on it since I go to them often and don't like the 3 steps necessary to do so via the start menu. On my desktop is the software I use often, Photoshop, browsers, MediaMonkey etc. But you you did make a good point. I never had considered placing other stuff there as well. Folders are not a good idea since these shortcuts are sometimes used with "Save As/In" and Explorer would not show them in such a case but others may be put there as well. Thanks fr the idea. Nevertheless, there are still enough of them 25 + on the left and 16 on the right to want me to fix this as originally asked.
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