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Windows 2000 Secrets and Tips by Zac

Zac is one-half of the team that brings the Village to you.
He has become the county's Windows 2000 resident guru, and will be sharing some of his hard-earned knowledge with us all.

His column is updated every weekday, or thereabouts, so check back often for new secrets and tips.


Placing Your Monitors

When setting up multiple monitors, Windows ME will assume that you have them side by side with monitor 1 on the left and 2 to its right.

But if you have stacked them, then you will need to tell Windows.

To do this,

  • Right-click the desktop and choose the Settings tab.

  • Click and drag one monitor and move it to where it will be actually placed in relation to the other monitor(s).

  • Now, to double-check your work, click on each monitor with the left mouse button and hold it down.

  • The corresponding monitor should display its number across the screen.

  • Now, click Apply.
  • This tells Windows ME where one monitor ends and the next begins so that you can have one huge desktop.


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    Do you have some Windows 2000 tips or secrets to share or have a question?

    You can Write to Zac!.

    Include your first initial and last name and put the word WIN2000 in the subject.

    I'll try to use your contribution in a future column.

    (Please note that these columns are written several weeks in advance so publishing it will be delayed accordingly.)


    A NEW Windows with all its tweaks.

    Ain't if FUN!!!!!!

    There's also some secrets and tips for Windows 98 and Windows 95.

    Zac


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