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Bookie625

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At work we have two icon's on our desktops, labeled 800x600 and 1024x768. These buttons are used to automatically toggle between the two different screen resolution settings without going through the Display Properties menu (Appearance tab).

If it's possible I'd like to put these buttons on my own desktop as it makes changing the resolution much less of a hassle (I like to work at 800x600 but there are more and more websites and applications which will not display correctly in anything less than 1024x768).
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Hi Bookie625!

The easiest way to do this is to go to the computer at your work, and email the two icons as attachments in an email to your home email address and then save them to your desktop.

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The only problem is that we're not able to email outside addresses.
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Then save them on a floppy disk or burn em to a CD, whichever you prefer.

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