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    NetSupport manager V10

    Hi all, I have a problem with my netsupport manager. I have two monitors, one is for my local screen and one for the client screen. When I put the virtual client screen in full screen everything is OK, but then if I click on the other monitor/screen ( my local one) client screen exists from full screen. Is there a way that my client screen stays on full screen all the time on the second monitor?
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    Hi, unfortunately you can't have a full screen view on one monitor and continue working on the other. You can almost achieve this by using the Maximize View Area option. This removes the menu, toolbar and status bar. Turn it on from the View->Maximize View Area menu item, to come out of it open the View windows System menu and select View->Restore View.

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    Rob Hawkins

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