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Well, I've got the resolution to fit the screen now, but the background is still off-centered between the two monitors.

Maybe I'll just have to learn to live with it?
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there should be my should be under screen display options
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I'm confused, do you not have a physical menu button, on your monitor itself that within the menu has the options to adjust the vertical and horizontal size of your screen?
Edited by Amw86 - 2/18/11 at 1:06am
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I'm confused, do you not have a physical menu button, on your monitor itself that within the menu has the options to adjust the vertical and horizontal size of your screen?
No, I do have the manual X and Y controls. The issue is that, even when I've got the resolution fixed, the two displays are still off-centered although they are aligned according to both my CCC and Windows Display options.
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