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If you have multiple displays, you can change how they're arranged. This is helpful if you want your displays to match how they're set up in your home or office. In Display settings, select and drag the display to where you want. Do this with all the displays you want to move. When you're happy with the layout, select Apply. Test your new ...

Select Start > Settings > System > Display.Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, select Detect.; In the Multiple displays section, select an option from the list to determine how your desktop will display across your screens.; Once you've selected what you see on your displays, select Keep changes.

If you’re having trouble setting up multiple monitors on Surface, see Troubleshoot connecting Surface to a second screen. Troubleshoot issues that occur when setting up external monitors If you are trying to set up an external monitor and it’s not working, press the Windows logo key + P to make sure that the Extend option is selected.

Dual monitors - I do not want them to mirror each other or extend.Each display works independently of the other - there is not option for this in display settings - multiple displays. It was set up this way before a vacation, so I know its possible!

Set up PowerPoint to use Presenter view with two monitors. On the Slide Show tab, in the Monitors group, select Use Presenter View. Windows Display Settings should open. In the Display Settings dialog box, on the Monitor tab, select the monitor icon that you want to use to view your speaker notes, and then select the This is my main monitor ...