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 windows_extended_display [2019/09/03 08:24]jasonw windows_extended_display [2020/09/01 09:34] (current)jasonw Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2020/09/01 09:34 jasonw 2019/09/03 08:24 jasonw 2018/03/28 12:32 jasonw created 2020/09/01 09:34 jasonw 2019/09/03 08:24 jasonw 2018/03/28 12:32 jasonw created Line 8: Line 8: Changing your display settings: Changing your display settings: - **Duplicate** ​ (use rarely if needed): this means that your screen is THE SAME as what the kids see. This is good for typing notes together, exploring websites, working directly with students the whole time. \\ {{:​duplicate.jpg?​nolink&​71|duplicate.jpg}} Use this icon on your desktop to duplicate (Clone) your display onto the projector screen. \\  \\ **Extend** ​ (recommended 99% of the time) - this means that your screen is DIFFERENT than what the kids see. This is great for showing videos, showing notes etc. This will allow you to take attendance or view email privately. \\ {{:​dispextend.jpg?​nolink&​74x95}}Use this icon on your desktop to go back to the default extended display mode. + **Duplicate** ​ (use rarely if needed): this means that your screen is THE SAME as what the kids see. This is good for typing notes together, exploring websites, working directly with students the whole time. \\ {{:​duplicate.jpg?​nolink&​71|duplicate.jpg}} Use this icon on your desktop to duplicate (Clone) your display onto the projector screen. \\  \\ **Extend** ​ (recommended 99% of the time) - this means that your screen is DIFFERENT than what the kids see. This is great for showing videos, showing notes etc. This will allow you to take attendance or view email privately. \\ {{:​dispextend.jpg?​nolink&​74x95|dispextend.jpg}}Use this icon on your desktop to go back to the default extended display mode. ---- ---- - \\ **Moving your windows around in Windows ​7** + \\ **Moving your windows around in Windows ** - You can drag windows over to the screen and back using your mouse by grabbing the bar at the top of the window. - You can drag windows over to the screen and back using your mouse by grabbing the bar at the top of the window. - You can use the keyboard combo shortcut to move active windows back and forth using the right OR left arrow keys. - You can use the keyboard combo shortcut to move active windows back and forth using the right OR left arrow keys.
windows_extended_display.1567513460.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/09/03 08:24 by jasonw