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Solved: Can't resize window

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Don1234, Jul 4, 2007.

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  1. Don1234

    Don1234 Thread Starter

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    For some reason the Organizer window of Photoshop Elements is so high on the screen that the top where the minimize, size and close buttons are is not visible. Also, the maximize option is grayed out when I right click on the task bar button for the program.

    Any and all suggestions will be appreciated.
     
  2. gdi1942

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    Maybe try scaling up the screen resolution to decrease the size of the window for you to pull it down.
     
  3. pinntech

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    Hi

    Without seeing the screen it is hard to see possible options. However, you can go to the actual “link” to the program, right click it, select properties, and then look down towards the bottom for the RUN options. Most programs install with “NORMAL WINDOW”.

    You should try switching the run option to something other than its default to see if you can get the window control back. If one of the options works, you should be able to get the window placed correctly, then go back into the shortcut link and change it back to “NORMAL WINDOW”.

    NORMAL WINDOW usually means “whatever state the program was closed in last”.

    If you could provide a screen shot, it would help a little also!

    Thanks and I hope this helps a little….

    Shane
     
  4. Don1234

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    Thanks for the fast response.

    Changing the properties by right clicking the shortcut did the job.

    It is always a pleasure to post here and I hope that from time to time I can offer someone a solution to their problem.

    Thanks again
     
  5. pinntech

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    Wonderful! You are very welcome! Please mark this thread as solved!!

    have a great day!

    Shane
     
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