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sarahfromcov

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i have a hp mini and it cuts alot of the pages off at the bottom have tryed screen resolution but doesnt help any ideas please!!!!
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Welcome to Geeks to Go!, Sarah,

If you mean web-pages there's no 'cure' for this. It's down to the relatively small screen size which requires more vertical page-scrolling than would be needed on a bigger screen. It helps a great deal if you plug in a USB mouse which has a scroll-wheel instead of using the built-in touch-pad. Then you just need to click any non-active area on the page and turn the wheel up or down - it's very intuitive and you soon find yourself scrolling without even thinking about it. Very soon that small screen is no longer the hindrance it used to be.

Alternatively, you could try altering the 'zoom' setting within your browser to a lower percentage but then you may find the page elements too small to read.

The zoom setting for IE is under the 'View' menu. Don't know about other browsers 'cos I exclusively use IE8.

But I think a mouse-wheel is the way to go, even with bigger screens.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 02 May 2010 - 08:07 AM.

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