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Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:08 pm

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Our graphics designer connects to a PC in our office using remote desktop. However, he only gets a partial screen to work with. How can he get a full screen of the PC on his Mac??



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Fri Aug 27, 2010 12:12 pm

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Kamran10 wrote:
Our graphics designer connects to a PC in our office using remote desktop. However, he only gets a partial screen to work with. How can he get a full screen of the PC on his Mac??


To make sure I understand the question - does this partial screen have scrollbars on side and bottom to see the rest of the screen?

If so, the resolution on the PC is higher than on his Mac. Have him launch Remote Desktop, go into Preferences, on the Display pane, he can set the Remote Desktop Size.

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