Presentation Preview Scroll

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How do I preview a presentation screen all in one area without having to scroll?  I can't seem to find a set-up where I can full screen the preview.  HELP!!!!!
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Nancy,

I ma not sure I understand the question, but if you were talking about the preview window in your browser, then try zooming out till it all fits in your browser.  In Chrome browser that would be holding down CTRL key and scrolling your mouse wheel.
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Forgot about that!  :)  That helps but it shrinks the whole page not just the preview window.  Is there any way to just fit the presentation in the preview window without changing the size of the entire internet window?  
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The key elements here are both resolutions of your monitor and your presentation. Most likely they both are 1920X1080px (pretty common). The Internet browser takes some of that (depends on your setup) away and that is the reason you cannot preview the entire presentation. If zooming out does not work for you, I recommend getting another, higher then 1920X1080, monitor. This will fit everything and then some ;)
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Also, I understand now that you cannot fully preview in your editor, right? In this case get another monitor because they are dirt cheep and computers in these days can run multiple monitors no problem. There is really no excuse to not use multiple monitors for work. Simply open a preview window in your browser, make it full screen (F11) and zoom out a bit if necessary, drag the browser window to the side monitor. Refresh the window to see the changes in your presentation when working on it. This is basically how I do.