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How do I get my screen back to normal. it is too far over to the right. I cant hit the maximize box

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What computer are you using?

On a Windows pc use the key combination ALT+TAB to switch between active windows

Then either:

Double click the Title bar of the window which is partly off-screen

Or - press the F11 key

Or - Click and Drag the title bar to the top of the screen then release the mouse button

One of these methods should toggle between full screen and where it is now

Or - Hover your mouse over a corner or edge of the troublesome window until the cursor becomes a double ended arrow - Then click and drag to re-size the window - Then click and drag the title bar to get the full window back in view

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I cant scrol down because my lap top's screen is too far moved to the right. how do I drag the screen to the left?


There are more than a couple ways to get your screen focus back...

1. If you can click at the top of the screen and drag it to the left. Once you can see the edge of the screen you should be able to resize it within your parameters.

2. You can double-click on the top of the screen to make it full screen.

3. Right-click on the Task Bar and select Cascade Windws to see if you can get it back in focus.

4. Last resort, you may be able to change the screen resolution so that you get more resources on the screen.

Hope this helps!

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Lost your File Menu in IE (Internet Explorer)? PC's/Laptops


Do the following to retrieve your File Menu. Lock the ToolBar instructions as well, and how to minimize and maximize (restore) your IE screen.

Alt - F. This will bring up the file menu.
Use the arrow keys to scroll over to the "View" tab.
Select Toolbars, (do not click) and move the mouse over to "Menu Bar" and click if there is not a check mark.
Once this is checked, the File Menu should stay. Close out IE and re-open to save the changes. The file menu should then remain at place. You can also "lock" the tool bar as well: Follow these same steps: this time at the bottom of the list under Toolbars: make sure the Lock ToolBar is checked. If not, if desired, click this.
Also, if this does not work, you may have accidentally hit the F11 button which maximizes the screen to "Full View". If this is the case, simply push the F11 buttom to minimize back to original size. If the screen minimizes to it's smallest view setting, simply click the box in the middle (next to X close out button), and it will Maximise the screen, but to normal size, and the file menu will remain as well. If the file menu is not there, hit F11 again, and then if still not there (making sure screen is at normal view). Follow the instructions above to retrieve the file menu.
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on Jul 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can't answer your question. right side if off the screen


best case scenario:
1)hover your mouse over the blue bar at the top of your web browser
2)left click and hold
3)try to drag window
4)at the top right of the browser there will be 3 boxes that look like
"[ _ ] [ [] ] [ X ] "minimize, maximize, and close... click maximize

worst case scenario (I hope):
1)find the menu button on your monitor and press it and try to navigate to something like "position" or "horizontal" and try to manually move your screen position. wish i could give more detail but I can't

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My screen is so small cant see anything?


If you mean the size of the webpage content then go to that particular webpage and hold CTRL key in the keyboard and scroll down the mouse.
If you mean the size of the browser then you have to maximize it by simply hitting the maximize button in the upper left corner of the browser.
If you mean the size of the main screen then refer to the screen buttons that usually situated in the bottom part of the screen.

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My itouch screen maximized itself and now i cant put it back to normal size


Maybe, you accidentally zoomed in the screen of your iPhone, to zoom out, use three of your fingers to double-tap the screen simultaneously. Do the same thing to zoom back in.


For more iPhone / iPod touch tips, click here.


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Numbers 1 2 3 appear on screen and small + in box in right hand corner cant see what they are for or how to get rid of them


Just draw your finger from left to right across the centre of the screen and you should be back to normal. Don't know what the numbered boxes are though.

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When ever i click on one spot on my nintendo ds screen it says i clicked somewhere totally different and it is so messed up!


hit the settings button (using arrows and A) and go to the box on the far right, hit A and start the calibration test by hitting the boxes precisely

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RE: Excel drops behind the tool bar when maximize


go to view
there is an icon (full screen) click on that you will get the normal screen back

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Enlarged icons and text


The following should get you back to normal:

  1. Click the "Start" button
  2. Click "Control Panel"
  3. Click "Display"
  4. Click the "Settings" tab on the top
  5. Near the bottom is a box that says "Screen Resolution" , to make the stuff on the screen smaller , slide the bar toward the right and hit apply. You may need to slide it over a couple of times to make the display look correct on your screen.

That should fix you right up!

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