Our software programs require a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768. If your monitor has a lower resolution than this, it does not the minimum system requirements for running our software. You may be able to find a budget external monitor or speak with your professor to set up the software on a campus computer to use.
If only the very bottom of the software is not visible and you need to be able to click the Printout button, you can try auto-hiding the Windows taskbar or Mac dock to provide a little extra screen space.
To hide the Windows taskbar in Windows 7 or 8, right click on the taskbar itself and click on Properties. Then in the menu that appears, check Auto-hide the taskbar. This will make the taskbar disappear unless you hover your mouse at the bottom of the screen. You can turn this option back off when you’re done with your homework.
To hide the Windows taskbar in Windows 10, right click on the taskbar and click Settings. Then toggle "Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode" to On.
In a Mac OS, you can use the key combination of Command+Option+D to turn on and off the auto-hide function for the dock.
See this article if the software screen fits on your monitor but the content looks zoomed in.