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asked 2012-07-27 14:38:12 +0200Monk
I just have got a new monitor and now I'm able to make my PC a 2-monitor system.
My second monitor could be turned 90° so it can display a full page in writer, although not the whole program window. So I have put the left part of the window on the first monitor and the right part with the display of the whole page an the second monitor.
Now I would like to save this position for the next start of the program. Is this possible nayhow?
answered 2012-07-28 08:41:33 +0200Monk
Nice attempt, but unfortunately the maximise window command puts the whole window to the second monitor - and that's not what I want to achieve.
The second monitor is a 15" size. Thus only the page (and the scrollbar plus ruler) fit the screen. For that reason is the part with the symbol bars on the first monitor.
So I have to fix the whole window partly no the first monitor and the main part on the second one.
answered 2012-07-27 23:04:41 +0200mariosv
I think it's easy with: Menu/Window/New window and maximize the window on the second monitor.
If I am right, the window position is kept by the operating system not by the programs.
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Asked: 2012-07-27 14:38:12 +0200
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