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Labels and margins not displaying on the screen.


Some monitors have a hard time showing the colour gray used for margins and labels.

This will make it look like labels and margins don't display properly on the screen. This typically happens with flatscreen monitors.

Modifying the Windows Classic style in the Display Properties to a darker shade of gray will resolve this issue.

For Windows XP:

1. Right click on the Desktop, select Properties.
2. Select the Appearance tab.
3. Click the Advanced button.
4. Select 3D Objects in the Item dropdown
5. Under Color 1, choose a darker shade of gray.
6. Click OK, then click Apply on the Appearance tab.
7. Click OK, launch WordPerfect.

The grid lines should be more visible, the darker the shade of gray you select the more visible the gridlines will be.

For Windows Vista:

1. Right click on the Desktop, select Personalize
2. Click on Window Color Appearance
3. Click on Open Classic Appearance
4. Click the Advanced button
5. Select 3D Objects in the Item dropdown
6. Under Color 1, choose a darker shade of gray.
7. Click OK, then click Apply on the Appearance tab.
8. Click OK, launch WordPerfect.

The grid lines should be more visible, the darker the shade of gray you select the more visible the gridlines will be.

For Windows 7:

1. Right click on the Desktop, select Personalize
2. Click on Window Color
3. If If you see a choice of 16 colours at the top of the window, click on "Advanced appearance settings..."
4. Select 3D Objects in the Item dropdown
5. Under Color 1, choose a darker shade of gray.
6. Click OK, then click Apply on the Appearance tab.
7. Click OK, launch WordPerfect.

KEYWORDS: gray grey labels margins

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