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Figure 3-13 In the Display Settings dialog box you can change screen resolution and color depth.
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Extending your desktop across two or more monitors can be a great way to increase your productivity. You can do your main work on one screen and keep auxiliary information, e-mail, or even Windows Media Player open and visible on the second. Or if you work with large spreadsheets or database tables, you can spread them across multiple screens so that you can see more data without having to set your resolution to stratospheric levels. If your display adapter supports two monitors (these days, most do), the Display Settings dialog box will show two boxes, labeled 1 and 2, whether or not you have a second monitor connected. Assuming you do have two monitors, you can click these boxes to configure them independently. If adjusting the settings for monitor 1 appears to be affecting what you consider to be monitor 2, click the Identify Monitors button. Windows will display large white numerals on your screen temporarily to let you know which screen is which. If it happens that screen 2 is on the left of screen 1, you can drag the boxes in the Display Settings dialog box so that they match the physical layout of your monitors.
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Assuming you want to add screen space to your visual layout, be sure to select Extend The Desktop Onto This Monitor when you click on the number 2 box. If you prefer to have your second monitor function as a duplicate display (for example, to make a presentation easier for a group of clients to see), leave this check box clear.
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A freshly, cleanly installed Windows Vista desktop (as opposed to one generated by an upgrade installation) includes a single lonely icon Recycle Bin. If you want other system icons, right-click the desktop, choose Personalize, and click Change Desktop Icons (in the task pane at the left). The Desktop Icons Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 3-14, provides check boxes for five system folders Computer, the root folder of your own profile (User s Files), Network, Recycle Bin, and Control Panel.
Figure 3-14 You can choose to display or hide any of these fie system icons.
If you re really into customization, you can change any of the five icons that appear in the large box in the center. Note that the Control Panel icon will not appear in this center box, even if you select its check box; customizing the Control Panel icon, like changing the Windows startup sound, is not permitted. To change an icon, select it in the center box and click Change Icon. You ll find an interesting assortment of alternative icons in the file %SystemRoot%\System32\ Imageres.dll (be sure to use the horizontal scroll bar to see them all). If none of those suit you, try browsing to %SystemRoot%\System32\Shell32.dll.
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If you re interested in creating your own icons, you ll find an excellent description of the process in the MSDN Library at http://www.vista-io.com/0303
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Customize icon spacing
If you re really into desktop icons, you might find it worthwhile to move the ones you have closer together so you ll have room for more or to keep the current collection from completely overrunning the desktop . The most effective way we ve found to do that is by adjusting the Icon size in the Advanced Appearance dialog box . (Right-click the desktop, choose Personalize, choose Window Color And Appearance . If you don t see the Appearance Settings dialog box, click Open Classic Appearance Properties For More Color Options . In the Appearance Settings dialog box, click Advanced .) The Icon size setting, curiously enough, does not change the size of icons . It does change their spacing, however . Reducing the value from the default 32 to 16 (the minimum) produces a compact icon display without sacrificing readability .
After you ve populated your desktop with icons, you might want to control their arrangement. If you right-click the desktop, you ll find two commands at the top of the shortcut menu that will help in this endeavor. To make your icons rearrange themselves when you delete one of their brethren, choose View, and then choose Auto Arrange. To
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