Microsoft Photo Editor' s window no tvisible on T23
Occasionally, on my T23 2647, Microsoft foto editor's window goes of the limits and it is not visible although it is active. There is something to do with the corrupted registry but I don't know what. Thanks, Mdm
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Re: Microsoft Photo Editor' s window no tvisible on T23
Open the program. Look on the menu bar on the bottom of the screen. Right click on the photo editor tab and choose "maximize" the window will come up to full screen mode. Then minimize the program and right click on the tab on the bottom again and choose move, you will be able to reposition the window to the center of the screen
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Your best bet is to download the photograph and crop it in Microsoft paint (or any other editor) then re-upload to Facebook.
Unless you wish to use the picture as your profile picture, in which case just click "use as profile picture" and crop.
Find the MS photo program on your hard drive (I believe, but am not sure, it is located here: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Photo Editor.Exe Create a shortcut (right click on Photo Editor.exe and choose create shortcut) to the program. Then, after the shortcut is created, RIGHT click on the shortcut and click on properties. In the properties windows that pops up, find "run probram MAXIMIXED and make sure that is checked." then, click on OK a couple of times until you can see the "shortcut to photo editor.exe" shortcut. Double-click on that shortcut, which should start photo editor maximized.
Now close photo editor.
Hopefully from this point on every time you open photo editor it will open maximized because you have just tweaked the registry to do so...