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How to: Change the Screen display resolution in Mac OS X

By on March 19, 2009 in Mac Guides with 3 Comments

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Methods Of Trading In The Stock Exchange 1. Go to the Apple logo in the top left of the menu bar, and in the options, select “System Preferences”. This is the main root for your mac settings which can have everything you need to change something in your mac os x.
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4. The “Show displays in Menu Bar” option when checked, will show the small display button on the right Menu bar at the top. It is the 2nd one in the image below –
displays menu bar

5. And here is how the display bar shows the shortcut menu for you to change the screen resolution immediately –
displays menu

Note: The availability of Screen resolutions varies from one monitor to other, and it depends on the size of screen. In a 19″ or 21″ monitor, you might see more options of screen resolutions as the number of pixels increases with the monitor size.

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  1. Dede says:

    I dropped my laptop going through airline security and can no longer see the display. I have hooked it up to an external display, but I can only see the screen saver. How do I get to the finder and the icons?

  2. Sean says:

    After selecting a correct resolution of 1024×768, out of curiosity, I managed to select apparently the wrong resolution for my monitor (1024×768 stretched) and the screen went dark with a message that briefly came up referencing it not being supported by that monitor. Then it stayed dark. How do I get the former (or any visible) resolution back?

    Thanks,
    Sean

  3. Linda Sparks says:

    check out mac users.

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