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Default 12-11-2015, 06:50 AM

If the instructor is using Windows.
1) Right-click the desktop and chose "Screen Resolution". You should see monitors 1 and two.
2) One of the options available is to duplicate displays, which will show screen 1 on both. If it works, click apply.
3) Change it back after the presentation.
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