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Can you shrink the screen with the buttons in the upper right hand corner?If not,hold down the left button of your mouse near the top of the page and pull or push the screen upwards until you can see the OK box.Or try to downsize the screen to your task bar,then right click your desktop screen.In the box select "properties",then pick "settings",in color quality click the pull down arrow and select highest(bit).Your screen will adjust,open the window you just downsized and grab the sides individually and size the screen to your liking by moving top or bottom in or out.If you were already on the Highest setting you can still shrink the screen with the screen resolution by moving the pointer one line to the right.Click apply and OK,the screen will adjust.Bring up your page and move the bottom up to where you can get to the buttons.Then you can go back to the desktop settings and readjust to what you like for settings.After you restart Windows will remember your settings so that you can open pages to the same size and location you set.Settings are only saved if you select Shut down or Turn off and let windows close itself.Please re post if I didn't answer your question to your satisfaction and we'll try something else?
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