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    Screen splitting

    I sometimes get frustrated when running 2 applications, thinking it would be nice to see both apps on the same screen without one partly or completely hiding the other; well you can!!!!!

    http://www.online-tech-tips.com/comp...in-windows-xp/

    obviously a wide screen is better suited to this, I'm now looking for a 22" or 24" or maybe a 27" if I can find one cheap enough!
    Cheers MIKE.

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    Or you can have two screens. Again, nothing new. Even my old machines have a graphic card that will support this. Particularly useful when using a laptop or notebook with a small screen. Explore your graphics card via MY COMPUTER for more information and shortcuts.

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    Took the plunge, got a Samsung 23", but only cos they didn't have the LG 22", 23" or 24" in stock.

    Display now set to 1920x1080 with Grandorgue and Finale horizontally tiled alongside each other, I can also add Midiocre vertically tiled with GO so 3 apps on screen!

    Think my main use will be displaying a PDF score alongside a Finalé score to check editing, or to do manual entry, without having to juggle a printed score, mouse and keyboard. I'm often surprised by the differences between a score generated by Finalé and a printed one.
    Cheers MIKE.

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