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  • 1. Instructions for manipulating dual desktops on a Macintosh Powerbook etc. Classic Mac OS Plug in the monitor cable before starting up the computer. If the projector display is not as expected, go through the following steps: 1. Select Apple menu > Control Panels > Monitors 2. Each monitor (the powerbook LCD and projector) should now be displaying a control panel, as follows: 3. Click the Monitor button in each control panel, and set the resolution of each to 1024 x 768. 4. Click the Arrange button in the relevant control panel (only one of them will have this button) to produce a display as in the left hand side picture above. 5. Click and drag either of the two screen icons on top of the other, to produce a final display as follows: 6. The screens should now be displaying identical pictures, at 1024 x 768 resolution.
  • 2. Mac OS X 1. Select System Preferences > Displays. 2. Each monitor (the powerbook LCD and projector) should now be displaying a control panel, as follows: 3. Click the Display tab on each, and ensure that they are both set to 1024 x 768 resolution. 4. Click the Arrangement tab in the relevant control panel (only one of them will have this button) to produce a display as in the left hand side picture above. 5. Click the Mirror Displays checkbox. 6. The control panel should now contain a view as follows: 7. The screens should now be displaying identical pictures, at 1024 x 768 resolution.

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