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How To Reduce Desktop Icons


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After I completed removing trojan by desktop background changed to black. I want to return it to blue. I also right clicked and went into properties and click on 640x820. Result, my icons increased on desktop. I've tried various things, but I can't return to original view on screen.

Everything is too Big! Suggestions?

Edited by dsenette, 18 July 2005 - 12:11 PM.

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try setting the resolutin higher than that....that's pretty low.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you! It worked.

My eyes are jumping for joy! :tazz:

Do you know how to change the background color of the computer desktop?

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right click on your desktop then properties then desktop
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You did it again!! Thanks.

May your day be filled with overflowing joy!

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i'll settle for a day without overflowing toilets
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Consider it done!

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