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    System reolution

    Hi,

    Is there any way by which the system resolution can be changed at
    runtime.
    If anybody has prepared any kind of function for this. Pls let me know

    Warm Regards,
    karthik

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    Re: System reolution

    Have you tried recording something like you manually set screen resolution of your desktop? If the recorded operation can be played back, then that would be the function you ask for (with slight modification as appropriate).

    Though I've not done it, I can't imagine any problem with it.

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