Screen resolution is the number of pixels (dots) that can fit within your screen. The TAB website was designed for a minimum resolution of 1024 pixels wide and 768 pixels high, however if you have additional toolbars or run a lower resolution than this then you may be missing out on some information on the site.
Use the following instructions to help increase your screen resolution to make the website more readable:
1. Click on the 'Start' menu and select 'Control Panel'
2. A new window will open labled 'Control Panel'. From this double click on 'Display' and a new window will open. In this new window click on the 'Settings' tab across the top.
3. Half way down the window will be a slider that lets you select your screen resolution. The higher then resolution the more you can fit in to your screen, however it will be smaller in size. Select a resolution that suits you and press 'Apply'. Your screen may flicker for a second, and you should be presented with a message box asking if you would like to keep the new screen resolution. Select 'yes' if you are happy with how your screen looks, or select 'no' to return to you old resolution.
It should be noted that if you select a resolution lower than 1024 by 768 then you may not be able to view some parts of the website.
4. Once you are happy with your screen appearance click 'OK' to close the 'Display Properties' window. You can then close the 'Control Panel' window.
Note: If you cannot view the text on the website at the minimum recommended resolution of 1024 by 768 then you may be able to use your browsers 'zoom' function. Make sure you have the latest browser version to be sure that you have this ability. To access this function hold down the control key (CTRL) on your keyboard while pressing the + or - key on the keyboard to zoom in and out.