Screen Resolution

Font Sizing and Display Settings
 
Staff will sometimes find the font size on their computer too small and difficult to read!  Your staff would love a newer/bigger monitor, ChiroSUITE supports multiple monitors, or you can just play with your computer display settings!
 
Use the following steps to try to find a display setting that works best for you.  You might as well close all your programs before you start, since you'll have to logoff or restart your computer for the setting changes to take place!
 
Windows 10
 
1. In the middle of your desktop, right-click in the middle of the screen for a popup menu, and click "Display Settings"
 
2. There is a slider bar that says "Change the size of text, apps, and other items: 100% (Recommended)"  If your percentage is higher than 100%, then slide the bar to the left until it says 100%.
 
3. Scroll down & click on "Advanced display settings".
 
4. Here you will have a Resolution dropdown with a bunch of different resolution options.  There is no wrong or right option, it is going to be whatever works best for your computer hardware & monitor.  I recommend starting at 1366x768 (for a widescreen monitor) or 1024x768 (for non widescreen monitor) and moving up or down from there.  Once you choose, you'll have to click [Apply] and then logoff Windows & logon to see the full effects of the change.  You can judge what works well for you & adjust accordingly from there.  Don't forget to launch ChiroSUITE to see how everything looks in there for you :)
 
 
Windows 8.x
 
1. In the middle of your desktop, right-click in the middle of the screen for a popup menu, and click "Screen Resolution"
 
2. Click "Make text and other items larger or smaller".  If you do not see a 100% option, make sure you have "Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays" checked below - this should give you the option to then choose 100% above.  Make sure your settings are 100% and click [Apply] - you'll be prompted to logoff, i recommend just choosing [Log off now] to make that change, the rest of the changes can be made without having to logoff again.  If you do logoff now, then do Step 1 again once you are logged back on.
 
3. Here you will have a Resolution dropdown with a slider button to change resolution.  You may also have a few resolutions that are recommended - i find this to be hit & miss sometimes, so use it as a guide, but nothing more.  There is no wrong or right resolution, it is going to be whatever works best for your computer hardware & monitor.  I recommend starting at 1366x768 (for a widescreen monitor) or 1024x768 (for non widescreen monitor) and moving up or down from there.  Once you choose a resolution, you'll have to click [Apply] to see the effects of the change.  Once you feel like your desktop icons look good, then launch ChiroSUITE & see how everything looks in there :)
 
 
Windows 7
 
1. In the middle of your desktop, right-click in the middle of the screen for a popup menu, and click "Screen Resolution"
 
2. Click "Make text and other items larger or smaller", make sure your settings are 100% and click [Apply] - you'll be prompted to logoff, i recommend just choosing [Log off now] to make that change, the rest of the changes can be made without having to logoff again.  If you do logoff now, then do Step 1 again once you are logged back on.
 
3. Here you will have a Resolution dropdown with a slider button to change resolution.  You may also have a few resolutions that are recommended - i find this to be hit & miss sometimes, so use it as a guide, but nothing more.  There is no wrong or right resolution, it is going to be whatever works best for your computer hardware & monitor.  I recommend starting at 1366x768 (for a widescreen monitor) or 1024x768 (for non widescreen monitor) and moving up or down from there.  Once you choose a resolution, you'll have to click [Apply] to see the effects of the change.  Once you feel like your desktop icons look good, then launch ChiroSUITE & see how everything looks in there :)
 
 

 

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