SETTING YOUR DISPLAY . . .
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Instructions for Setting the Resolution of your Monitor Display

For Windows OS:

Open “Settings”; locate and open “Control Panels”; locate and open “Settings”; select the “Display” tab.
Set “Screen Area” to a minimum size of 800 x 600, in which case the California Labor History Map application will fill your monitor screen. If you wish the application to fill the larger portion, but not all, of your monitor screen, set your “Screen Area” to 1024 x 768. The application will appear smaller on progressively higher resolutions.

For Macintosh OS X:

Open “System Preferences”; locate and open “Display”.
Set Display resolution to a minimum size of 800 x 600, in which case the California Labor History Map application will fill your monitor screen. If you wish the application to fill the larger portion, but not all, of your monitor screen, set your display resolution to 1024 x 768. The application will appear smaller on progressively higher resolutions.

For Macintosh OS 9 and earlier:

Open “Control Panels”; locate and open “Monitors”.
Set Display resolution to a minimum size of 800 x 600, in which case the California Labor History Map application will fill your monitor screen. If you wish the application to fill the larger portion, but not all, of your monitor screen, set your display resolution to 1024 x 768. The application will appear smaller on progressively higher resolutions.