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MacBook Pro - Can I connect my Mac to a DFP Monitor?

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The screen on my Macbook Pro is broken. I have a Gateway FPD1500 monitor that only has a DFP outlet. Could I connect my Mac to this display, it has DVI. Would the picture automatically show up on the monitor, or would I have to press some sort of shortcut key?
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