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My display is not filling up the monitor area. i have clicked display and settings and moved the arrow to give me more pixels, but I am guessing that at the bottom of that window there is a spot to click "ok" or "apply" but I cannot see it or reach it. I have moved the task bar off and pulled the window up as high as it will go and I STILL cannot see the bottom of the window.
The same thing when i tried to order photos off ofoto - i could check which ones I wanted to order but there must have been a button to "send order" at the bottom which i just couldn't access.
This has to be a simple fix - help!!!!
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are there any display buttons on the front of your monitor that can change diplay size and orientation?
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Hooray - sort of! Problem ppartially solved. I did get the display to fill the monitor using the buttons you suggested. Duh on me! However, I still cannot get the monitor to change to the greatest number of pixels when I look at display and settings. Maybe this is just a limitation of my monitor?

The only reason I think it is a problem is that my NikonView program said my resolution was not high enough to edit my digital pix and when I viewed them on Ofoto they were a little blurry. Any ideas? Many thanks!!
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