Re: Computer Connected to SMART board issues
If you're duplicating the display, it's going to take the smaller of the resolutions, which is most likely the SMART Board, which isn't a widescreen display, but rather a standard 4:3 display. The laptop will adjust the resolution on the main screen to match the SMART Board since duplicate is the enabled mode. If you want them to be separate, disable duplication by enabling Expand.
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