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In Vista and Windows 7, which process allows you to change the desktop background?

A. Click the Start button, choose Control Panel, and select Display Properties.
B. Right-click on the desktop; in the menu that appears, select Display Properties.
C. Click the Windows icon/Start button, choose Control Panel, select the
Appearance and Personalization option, and click Change desktop background.
D. Click the Windows icon/Start button, choose Control Panel, and select Display
Properties.

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