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We're going to need some more info, like which year and model Mac you have and wide screen monitor?

In the meantime, set the external monitor to its native resolution. Check your user manual to see what the native resolution is. Keep in mind if you have a MacBook or MacBook Pro, you can not achieve the native resolution of the external monitor until you close the cover of your Mac. And for that you'll need an external keyboard and mouse.
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