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ASAVAGE

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to make a long story short made a friend online. while talking to him found out he was having a hard time reading his screen[old eyes].asked him and he informed me that he has a apple mack 10, which i must plea ignorance about. could any of you folks help me help him?the gentleman served in the pacific in ww2 and i feel that i owe him the time to solve this for him.
that you for your time and thank you for this site---bill
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HI ASAVAGE, Welcome to the Geeks To Go Forums.

I'm always happy to help a Vet. :tazz:

How to change the screen resolution in Mac OS X
1. Open the System Preferences (either from the Dock or from the Apple menu).
2. Open the Displays Panel and choose the Display tab.
3. On the left of the Displays tab you can select one of the Resolutions from the list. Higher resolutions allow you to see more “stuff”. IT recommends at least 1024x768 ... unless you have a specific reason to use a lower resolution like vision.
4. Quit or close the System Preferences when done.
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Salient-- thanks alot for such a quick responce youve made a ripple in two lives
peace to you and yours---bill :tazz:
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