Re: Problem with seeing the top of pages on screen.
"Debbie" <Debbie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:BBACFCD4-87A5-4F66-A3A5-F969F79C2D27@microsoft.com...
>I am sorry, but this didn't help me.
Then you will have to do a better job of describing
your symptoms and what you tried to do and what you saw
when making use of the information I gave you.
Remember, your words have to substitute for what
our eyes might notice.
> "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
>> "Debbie" <Debbie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6EAC4047-DF95-441B-97B0-D318F1BDCD2D@microsoft.com...
>> >I don't know what happened, but the top of my web pages are barely showing. I
>> > almost can't even see the "X" button to exit out. I did not change anything.
>> > How can I get it to go back to where I can see the top?
>> The most significant detail which you didn't include
>> is what mode the window is in when you made your
>> observation. I will guess that it is a normal mode window
>> which is just positioned awkwardly. In that case, even
>> though you may not have access to the Title bar to allow
>> the window to be dragged you can still move it down.
>> Just activate the Move using the keyboard with Alt-Space,M
>> Then you can move it wherever you want, e.g. to make
>> the Title bar more accessible to the mouse. However,
>> by doing this you may notice that you can also close
>> the window using the keyboard too, e.g. by pressing Alt-F4
>> or Alt-Space,C so there really isn't that much need to see
>> the Title bar just for the mouse pointer's sake. ; )
>> > My pages fit fine on my screen before. Please help.
>> An alternative to moving the window without resizing it
>> would be to use the Taskbar's Cascade or Tile command.
>> Minimize all windows but the one(s) you want involved in
>> the operation first. E.g. press Win-D and then restore
>> the problem window, then right-click Cascade to resize
>> and move the window in normal mode or use a Tile...
>> command to leave the one unminimized window maximally
>> sized in normal mode.
>> Robert Aldwinckle