Notes About Screen Resolution

Your screen resolution and/or monitor settings affect the amount of
detail you can see in an image.

Images on the Land Use Plan website are designed for display
at 800 x 600 resolution.

If your screen resolution is set too high, e.g., 1280 x 1024,
it may be hard to see details in the maps or read the Plan
or Appendices.

Windows operating systems:

To change or verify your screen resolution in Windows 95, 98 and
higher, here are general instructions which may vary slightly
from one version of Windows to another:

   1)  Click START -  Settings - Control Panel.

   2) Double-click the Display icon.

   3) In the Display Properties window, click the Settings tab.

   4) Note your current "screen area" size. If it isn't 800 x 600,
       you may wish to drag the slide control to that setting.

   5) Click on "Apply" at the extreme lower right of the
       Display Properties window. If you can't see the
       "Apply" button, you can press Alt-A instead.
       Next, click on "OK," or hit Enter.

   6) A Dialog window should appear, asking if you wish to keep
       this setting. Click "Yes" or press Alt-Y. If for some reason your
       monitor or video driver goes blank or doesn't display
       correctly, or you don't answer, the screen resolution will
       return in approx. 15 seconds to its former setting.

  7) Close any open windows related to screen resolution.

Information on this can also be found in Start - Help.
In the Help index, look up the keyword "screen," then the
topic, "display settings." Click the "Display" button. A new
dialog box will open. Select the subtopic, "To change
the size of the screen area" and click the "Display" button.
Follow the help instructions from there.

MacIntosh, Unix and other operating systems:

Consult your "Help" file for info how to change screen