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Screen Resolution
Comparing the two Ribbons in Figure 45, notice the changes in content and layout
of the groups and galleries. In some cases, the content of a group is the same in each res-
olution, but the layout of the group differs. For example, the same gallery and buttons
appear in the Styles groups in the two resolutions, but the layouts differ. In other cases,
the content and layout are the same across the resolution, but the level of detail differs
with the resolution. In the Clipboard group, when the resolution increases to 1280
800,
the names of all the buttons in the group appear in addition to the buttons themselves. At
the lower resolution, only the buttons appear.
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To Change the Screen Resolution
If you are using a computer to step through the chapters in this topic and you want your screen to match
the i gures, you may need to change your screen’s resolution. The i gures in this topic use a screen resolution of
1024
×
768. The following steps change the screen resolution to 1024
×
768. Your computer already may be set
to 1024
768 or some other resolution. Keep in mind that many computer labs prevent users from changing the
screen resolution; in that case, read the following steps for illustration purposes.
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1
Click the Show
desktop button on the
taskbar to display the
Windows 7 desktop.
Right-click an
empty area on the
Windows 7 desktop
to display a shortcut
menu that displays
a list of commands
related to the desktop
(Figure 46).
Why does my shortcut
menu display different
commands?
Depending on your
computer’s hardware
and coni guration,
different commands
might appear on the
shortcut menu.
shortcut menu
Screen
resolution
command
Show
desktop
button
Figure 46
 
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