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This is a nice little utility that allows you to view part of the display magnified, like some similar programs written years ago for Windows 95/98.
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Running the application creates a window on the left-hand portion of the display that shows part of the display magnified for easier viewing.

There are two ways to change the part of the screen viewed in the magnification window: 1) drag the stylus/mouse cursor within the magnified window to view other areas of the display magnified; or 2) use the cursor keys (up, down, left, and right arrows) simultaneously with the 'Shift' (small steps) or 'Ctrl' (large steps) keys.

The magnification level can be changed by pressing the cursor keys: right (small increase), left (small reduction), up (large increase), down (large reduction).

The size of the magnification window can be changed by touching with the stylus/mouse cursor the small white square on the lower right-hand corner of the magnification window and dragging it gently.

System Requirements

Simply copy the executable file S_Blt.exe to the Windows CE device and execute it on the device.

Installation Instructions

Simply copy the executable file S_Blt.exe to the Windows CE device and execute it on the device.



License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://urano.sakura.ne.jp/tool/sblt/
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Popularity 1607
Total Downloads  16
Submitted By CE Geek
Submitted On 12 January 2014


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