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Windows 7: Updates need to be okayed. Window won't scroll to bottom.

14 Oct 2011   #1

Windows 7 Starter, 32 bit
Updates need to be okayed. Window won't scroll to bottom.

I am trying to deselect an item in adobe_reader...edit...preferences...internet...display pdf in browser
but the window doesn't scroll to the bottom where presumably the ok button is. I deselect display..., close the window, reopen the window, and display... is reselected.

I can't grab the window title bar and move to the bottom either because the window is already against the top of the screen and I can't seem to resize the window and get to the bottom that way.

This problem has occurred in other windows from time to time also.

The people at my bank tell me I need to deselect this item for me to be able to access my account statements, which are presently not accessible, presumably because of this problem with "display pdf in browser".

Any ideas?

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14 Oct 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit

Your desktop resolution might be too low. Can you increase it, at least temporarily? Then there'll be more space to display the entire window.
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14 Oct 2011   #3

Windows 7 Starter, 32 bit

I checked and it's already at max: 1024x600.
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