|20 Feb 2012||#4|
Are you saying ...
Can you "reset" your PC using a backup HDD image, or "System Restore Point", pre-dating the problem?
Have you recently updated your graphics card drivers?
Note: the forum creates the link in the question above.
Does uninstalling Office 2010 fix the problem?
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|21 Feb 2012||#6|
Hi, no I'm not saying this started with office 2010, that was just an example of one of the programs that this happened with. I have tried changing the magnification at the bottom right of my screen but it is only the pop-up windows that this affects the rest of my computer is fine. I thought it may be a compatibility issue with older programs but as it happened with office 2010 I don't think that is the case. As I said it seem to go both ways. When I start my adobe elements program the update checker comes up bigger than the screen. I had one program were the pop-up was so big I could not click on any of the buttons or move the window, I had to re-boot the computer.
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