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Adjusting width of columns?

Discussion in 'Support' started by kshansen, Dec 29, 2020.

  1. kshansen

    kshansen Senior Member

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    A little back ground I guess would be good to start with. I recently changed over to a much larger monitor to make things easier to see and read with these 70+ year old eyes. While it has worked for some things this forum is being a bit tough

    Not sure if that title is accurate but what I'm asking about is whether there is a way to widen the sections like where I'm typing this message to use more of the width of monitor. Right now this box only uses around 2/3 of the width of the screen leaving a wide band of yellow to the right.

    I'll post a picture to try and explain it a bit better:
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    Any ideas welcome, also if you want more info let me know. Oh! this is a Windows 10 machine!
     
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  2. djhutt

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    zoom in I have mine to 200% and it takes up the whole screen
     
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  3. Truck Shop

    Truck Shop Senior Member

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    This how this this fellow did it. I guess.

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