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My 0n screen keyboard gets maximized.how to restore it?

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  • cooluv4you Sep 18, 2008

    it come on whole screen i want to restore it in previous size

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Making on screen keyboard active, and then press Alt+Space you will get menu to restore.

And if it does not work then also u can use Sensiva software to minimize or restore, It is the good option

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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