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Old 09-07-2006, 01:12 PM   #5
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cirquelle: Is a 24" deep desk big enough to push the monitor back sufficiently?
I don't have a LCD monitor as I'm still using my old 19" CRT but from what I have seen of them, I'd say that a 24" deep desk would be more than sufficient...

My current desk setup is a 7' x 36" 3/4" red oak board over 2 wide elfa draw thingies (like that technical description...'-}}) and I've decided to replace this setup with 2 adjustable height tables at right angles to each other...

One is from Office Depot and is 48"x30" and Staples also carries one the same size but with a grey top

and Office Depot also has one that is 48"x24" and one that is 36"x20"

I haven't quite decided on which place I will order from but I will probably be getting them from Office Depot as I have a discount coupon with them...

Hope that helps...

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