What am I missing? I just replaced an old 20-inch CRT monitor with a wide screen 20-inch Dell flat screen monitor. I have been running a Nvidia GEforce MX400 video board for a few years and it works just fine. With the old CRT monitor I had set the resolution to 800x600 and it looked good, and I could read words just fine, but I sometimes had to drag the bottom scroll button to see the right side of screens. The new Dell says that I should set the resolution to 1680x1050 for optimum viewing and I can. But the image is so small I cannot read things. The whole Windows desktop only fills about 1/4 of the desktop screen at 1680x1050. None of the other resolutions fill the screen and look good, either. Here is the weird thing: the old CRT monitor had the capability to zoom the screen up and down (change width and height) to fill the screen with an image independent of the resolution. But this new gee-whiz flat screen does not have any setting (other than resolution) for adjusting the screen image size. It has brightness and contrast, and horizontal position but not size. So, I seem to have a choice: a. I can use 1680x1050 and get round circles and square squares, but can't see anything, or b. I can use 800x600 and get things I can see but the circles are ovals and the squares are rectangles. I must be missing something. Anybody got an idea what I'm missing?