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HOW TO CONNECT A PROJECTOR TO COMPUTER
Connecting a projector to the computer is more than a child's play. We, at God's Fulfillment Computer Institute have compiled a comprehensive steps that will teach how to connect a projector to the computer so that it will be able to give a presentation on a larger screen.
The instructions below describe how to connect to a projector by plugging the projector cable into a video port on your computer. This is the most common way to connect a projector!
You can also connect to some projectors (called network projectors) over a network. This allows you to give a presentation over a network if you aren't in the same room, or even the same building, as the projector. To see if your projector has this network capability, check the information that came with the projector (user manual).
Steps in connecting projector to the computer:
(Operating Systems - Window 7, 8, 8.1, and 10)
Make sure that the projector is turned on, and then plug the projector cable into a video port on your computer.
Projector uses VGA or DVI cables. You must plug the cable into a matching video port on your computer. Although, some computers have both types of video ports, most laptops just have one type. Some projectors can be connected to a USB port on your computer with a USB cable.
Open control panel by clicking the Start button, and then clicking Control Panel.
In the search box, type projector, and then click connect to a projector (To use a keyboard shortcut instead of Control panel, press the Window key + P. Window key is usually at the bottom-right of the keyboard and has Microsoft Window Logo).
Select how you want your desktop to be displayed.
(1) Computer Only: This shows your desktop only on your computer screen - the same thing as you are not connecting the projector.
(2) Duplicate: This shows your desktop on both your computer screen and a projector.
(3) Extend: This extends your desktop from your computer screen to a projector.
(4) Projector Only: This shows your desktop only on a projector.