How To Change Your
Unlike changing the wallpaper in
your house, changing the wallpaper on your computer is a breeze! The wallpaper is the
background you look at on your desktop, and just like the
stuff hanging on your real walls, the virtual paper may
need a change now and then!
Create custom wallpaper using a paint
program, or use the wallpaper supplied with your computer or some other source. The best thing about wallpapering
your computer is the mess-free ease of hanging it! Redecorate
at any time.
When you're more advanced,
you can use special programs that will rotate your
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Here's how to change your wallpaper using the pre-supplied
designs residing on your computer right now:
Step 1. Right click on your desktop. From
the resulting menu click Properties.
Here's the Display Properties
dialog box you'll see. Clicking the various tabs lets you make changes to the
appearance of your display. The word 'display' is simply
another word for your monitor or screen:
Scroll through the Wallpaper list and click
to highlight a wallpaper. As soon as you do, you'll see a
rendition of the wallpaper on the mini-monitor pictured
Note: You can browse for wallpaper that
may be located in a different folder by clicking the Browse button.
image or tile the image by selecting Center or Tile from the drop down menu shown
Step 3. Click
OK to accept the changes you've made. Your
new desktop will appear with the image you have selected.
Remember, you can use any
image that's not copyrighted. Your own photos and designs
are the most fun, but there's a world of graphics to select
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