How to configure setting windows display screen to projector via Vga or HDMI

Thursday, 14 May 2015

Here is the simple tips for how to configure windows setting and choose screen display option to present your slide or script to audience via VGA Port. Besides that, we also will tell you how to extend or duplicate your  screen content in tablet/mobile/laptop ultra book via HDMI or Micro HDMI 

A lot of office newbie or teacher always will looking for help to adjust setting screen display to projector since they are non-tech savvy. Here we simply introduction what is the difference of screen display type and will go through for adjust setting power slide show to display content for audience in proper way.

Projector Setting (Shortcut Key on keyboard  = "WINDOWS " Button + "P" Button  )

For Windows 7

For Windows 8

  • EXTEND.  Show your power slide show to present audiences while you still able refer your notes or script in front of your computer.  < MUST-KNOW>

How to adjust the setting in Microsoft Power Point show to extend the screen

* SHOW ON - Select the projector for slide show


  • DUPLICATE.  We able  show our screen content to a larger screen or projector without moving out our pc to the person we would like for present. Just display same scene  the screen from pc/computer to projector/another monitor <MUST-KNOW>

  • COMPUTER ONLY / PC SCREEN ONLY. Only display screen on PC/ Computer device while projector / another monitor in dim display although VGA cable is connected between computer and projector

    We may need this when we would like adjust or edit something without awareness of audience when we are doing the presentation on the spot. So we will use this setting to hide the screen display in front of audience.

  • PROJECTOR ONLY / SECOND - SCREEN ONLY.  Only display all content of your pc or computer (first screen device) on the projector / monitor (second screen device). First screen device will in dim display ( black display)

    Alternative way for select the screen display option  ( For window 7 )
    1. Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button  , clicking Control Panel, and then, under
    Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution.
    2. Click the dropdown list next to “Multiple display”, choose the option that you prefer, then click “OK”

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