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Hi,

Just wondering if anybody knows how to make netter run larger on my laptop...? At the moment it is a very small window in the top left corner.


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Hit F11 and see if this makes it larger....
 

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ummm, how did you get it on your computer? i have the atlas and the cards. is there a cd too?

ps. pelvic and perneum anatomy suck! anyone else baffled by it?
 
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docmemi said:
ummm, how did you get it on your computer? i have the atlas and the cards. is there a cd too?

Yep, (Medical} Interactive Atlas Of Clinical Anatomy (Netter).iso
Is for PC


docmemi said:
ps. pelvic and perneum anatomy suck! anyone else baffled by it?
Yes sucks bad.
 

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docmemi said:
ps. pelvic and perneum anatomy suck! anyone else baffled by it?
yes it super sucks!!!!! Who knew an area so small could be so damn complicated..... oh if the branches of the internal iliac artery were only like they are depicted in Netter-land :(
 

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Change the resolution of your computer to 1024x768. That should make the Netter Atlas run at the optimal resolution.

:thumbup:

Details: Right-click on the Desktop, select properties. A window will pop-up. Click the Settings tab. In the lower left quadrant of the pop-up there should be a slider that will allow you to change the dimensions of your desktop to 1024x768. Don't forget to change it back when you're done.

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