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Anyone know how to adjust the screen size on a Imac 24 when your in windows runing boot camp? The horizontal needs to be adjusted I loose the top and bottom of my programs. The screen is fantastic but I need to adjust it.

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Have you installed what was on the driver disc that was created during the Boot Camp setup?

If so, then you have to choose your iMac's native resolution in Windows' display properties. Right-click on the desktop, select Properties, and then click on the Settings tab. In the area titled Screen Resolution, drag the slider till you hit 1920 by 1200 pixels. Hit Apply and check to see if that fixes it.
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How easy was that!, Thanks, I was in the right area just did not know the correct input. I have had my new mac for three weeks now and I see why I wanted to cross over. Runing both systems works well for me, my business apps have to run in XP, and its even better to go to mac os and be on line with no problems.

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