It looks like Displayfusion can do that, probably in the paid version.
https://www.displayfusion.com/Features/Functions/ lists "Mirror Window" as
an option, which is probably what you want to do. I assume you want to
have the OPAC window open on both screens.
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Colgate University Libraries
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 11:15 AM, Pikas, Christina K. <
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> When you hook up the monitor in Windows, at least, you should have the
> option to extend, duplicate... If you duplicate they see the whole thing.
> If you extend you can drag over the window you want to share.
> I'm sure there are also fancier solutions!
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Projecting one screen to a
> Does someone have experience with using a tool to project just one window/
> program to a second monitor?
> I want to connect a second monitor to our circulation desk computers that
> will only show the OPAC with location information and prevent it from
> showing all other programs running on the computer.
> Any ideas?
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