How you can Setup Multiple Monitors on Window 10?

MS Office is the well known productivity software in the market. And it has many IT applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access etc. It performs many functions like formatting, editing, creating text document and making presentation etc. You can install through www.office.com/setup.

Setup Multiple Monitors On Window 10:

Office.com/setup wants its users to set up multiple monitor on Window 10:

  1. Before Configure a Multi-monitor Setup:

Before configuring, you should look after that all the cables are connected to the monitors and computer. All the power and video signal should be connected by using VGA, DVI, HDMI, or Display Port.

  1. Rearrange Multiple Displays on Window 10:

For this, first you have to open Settings, and then click on System options. After this, click on Display button. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays” option, you have to drag and drop each display to rearrange them. Then just click on the Apply option.

Through this you will understand the physical layout of the screens and you can easily work on each display and run apps without any error.

  1. Adjust Display scale and Layout:

Select Correct Scale:

For this, first you have to open the Settings. Then click on System and then click on Display option. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays” section, you have to select the monitor which you want to adjust. After this, just Change the size of text, apps, and other items. Now, from the drop-down menu you have to select the appropriate scale. If you need to change the scaling setting then repeat the step 4 and 5 option. At the end, click on Sign out options.

Custom Scaling:

For this, first just open Settings and then click on System. After this, click on Display. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays”, you have to select the monitor which you want to adjust. Then under the “Scale and layout” option, you have to click the Advanced scaling settings button. Then under the “Custom scaling” option, you have to specify the scaling size between 100 and 500 percent. At the end, click the Apply button.

Select Correct Resolution:

First you have to open Settings and click on System. After this, click on Display. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays” option, you have to select the monitor which you want to adjust. Under the “Scale and layout” option, you just use the Resolution drop-down menu. Then you have to select the correct pixel resolution.

Select Correct Orientation:

For this, first open Settings and click on System. And then click on Display. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays” section, you have to select the monitor which you want to adjust. At this point, under the “Scale and layout” option, just use the Orientation drop-down menu just to select the mode you want like Landscape, Portrait, Landscape (flipped) and then Portrait (flipped).

  1. Select Multiple Displays on Window 10:

For this, first you have to open Settings and then click on System and then click on Display. Now, under the “Select and rearrange displays” option, you have to select the monitor which you want to adjust. Then, under the “Multiple displays” option, from the drop-down menu you have to set the appropriate viewing mode, i.e. duplicate desktop, Extend and disconnect this display.

For more information about the advanced display setting, you have to visit to the official website of MS Office via www.office.com/setup.

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