How can I have a panoramic picture across multiple desktop displays using Windows 7?

Ray April 14, 2012

Most cell phones and cameras now have ability (it seems) to take panoramic pictures (very wide).

Is there a way to get them to display across several desktop monitors on my Windows 7? That means have one picture flow across the display boundaries?

My desktops are my window to the world and this would be quite a nice feature.

  1. RayInLV
    April 25, 2012 at 1:28 am

    You can flag this as resolved.

    • Tina
      April 25, 2012 at 8:13 pm


      As the person that posted it, you should have been able to resolve the question yourself. The link is directly below the Browser/System/Tagged list.

      • Ray
        May 1, 2012 at 11:59 pm

        thanks tina, I just looked at several of my others and they do not show the dialog. I think it's because they were entered before the new login when I used RayInLV vs the Ray that Yahoo profile sets up. But will keep trying, as I have a couple new questions comming

  2. RayInLV
    April 25, 2012 at 1:28 am

    Had to leave a track of how nice this looks. Couple more monitors and I could be there. Here's a link to a print screen of my desktops. They are different sizes, but that makes almost no impact in the real life. (seems bigger in the screen print than it is when you have it up.)

  3. Jj
    April 16, 2012 at 3:20 am

    Simply make your image the size of your two (or more) desktops ihorizontal width and set the image to "Tile". For example, I have two monitors of a resolution 1680x1050. Find an image at 3360x1050 and it spans the two monitors nicely.

  4. ha14
    April 14, 2012 at 9:05 am

    there are some software that deals with multimonitors perhaps they can help?



    Dual Monitor Tools

    • RayInLV
      April 25, 2012 at 12:11 am

      dualmonitorTool (3rd on your list) works quite well. you can set up and make the picture or pictures span nicely. Looks really nice with the mountains here in Las Vegas.

      Once set up you can save it in the
      Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Personalization and pull it up easily.

      Thank you for the guidance, to top it off this is free stuff with free source code.

    • RayInLV
      April 25, 2012 at 12:13 am

      Dual Monitor Tools works great. It is free and the Source code is available too. I actually put 2 side by side pictures (that are not panoramas) that look continuous. Mountains South of Las Vegas. Looks real good.

      I typed this in twice. Hope it makes it this time.

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