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Changing resolution/making apple video full screen on mac os 8.6?

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Mac os 8.6
power macintosh 7600/120 (around 1997)

trying to figure out how i can make 'apple video player' go fullscreen. right now it is just a window, i have had it on fullscreen once by changing the resolution somehow ( i think). There is only one option for resoluton in the appearance option, which is 800x600.
I think i changed resolution by messing with this monitor adapter thing i have that has 6 little switch things ( they move up and down kind of like a light switch) that change the frequency or something ( i could be wrong but when i mess around with it it says 'frequency is out of range' )
so any advice? ;]
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Try command(also called the apple key)-F or command-0
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