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paraforic

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I don't know if this is a topic already, so bear with me if it is.

What I wanted to know, is if there is any way to change the screen resolution for one user only. I want to know this because my father prefers it at 600x800 and I can hardly stand it. However, when I change it to 1024x768 he always changes it back. So I am sure you can see my dilemma...this may be just a case of my being too lazy to go to the control panel, display, blah blah blah, but it's a slight annoyance that I would prefer not to have to face.

Thanks for your help!
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are you using multple user accounts?
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yep.
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http://www.dougknox....userdisplay.htm
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Thanks, man. I appreciate it.
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