Maple 18.02 on windows. A 4 by 4 matrix, does not display on the screen in nice formating when it has too many elements to fit current screen. But I'd like it to be displayed in 2D just like all the other 4 by 4 matrices and then use the horizontal scroll bar if needed to see the full matrix. Is this possible?

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restart;

z:=theta__1:

T01:=Matrix([

[cos(z), 0, sin(z), L*cos(z)],

[-sin(z), 0, -cos(z), L*sin(z)],

[0, 1, 0, 0],

[0, 0, 0, 1]]):

z:=theta__2:

T12:=Matrix([

[cos(z), 0, -sin(z), L*cos(z)],

[sin(z), 0, cos(z), L*sin(z)],

[0, 1, 0, 0],

[0, 0, 0, 1]]):

z:=theta__3:

T23:=Matrix([

[cos(z), 0, -sin(z), L*cos(z)],

[sin(z), 0, cos(z), L*sin(z)],

[0, -1, 0, 0],

[0, 0, 0, 1]]):

T02 := T01.T12;

T03 := T02.T23;

LinearAlgebra[Dimension](T03);

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T02 above displays in 2D fine. But T03 does not on standard 100% zoom on my monitor. Screen shot:

When I changed the zoom to 50%, now it did format ok on the screen:

May be I need a way to activate the horizontal screel bar? I really do not want to keep changing zoom each time I want to see a larger matrix. All the matrices are 4 by 4, but some of them can end up with many terms in each entry.