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MONITOR POSITION INSTRUCTIONS
The top menu bars on the screen should be positioned at or slightly below eye level. You may have to adjust your chair height slightly. TIP: If you wear bifocals you may have to lower the monitor a few inches. You may also have to lower the the monitor so that the viewing area is about 3" above eye level if you use a 20" or larger monitor.
Tilt the top of the monitor slightly away from you so that the base is slightly closer than the top. TIP: Tilting the screen back too far may cause glare from overhead lighting.
Assuming that your workspace has adequate lighting, adjust your monitor brightness so that it is about the same as the area behind it. Differences in brightness between your monitor and the surrounding area can be a source of eye fatigue and headaches.
Glare / Reflections:
Glare can cause headaches, eye strain, and fatigue. While staying within the height and tilt guidelines try to adjust your monitor to reduce glare. If you cannot accomplish a comfortable viewing screen, consider purchasing a glare screen.
As a guideline, position the monitor at arm's length. If you are near or far-sighted, position the monitor slightly closer or farther so that you can easily view the characters on the screen without having to lean forward. TIP: The monitor arm can be moved closer to you when computing and easily pushed back when more workspace is required for writing or referencing documents. This will enable both proper positioning for computing tasks and add needed desk space when the computer is not in use.
The monitor should be centered with the mid-line of your body to minimize neck and torso rotation. Center the monitor with the keyboard, so that the monitor, the keyboard and you are all in alignment. The "H" key can be used as a center point to assist in proper centering of the keyboard and monitor.
Be sure to give your eyes frequent breaks by looking at least 20 feet away. This helps relax your eye muscles and allows your eyes to re-focus.
For further helpful information please visit our ERGOresources Center.