When clicking on the "includes" link of a library, the dialog box shows the default save location. However it's a NON-RESIZABLE dialog box. If the save location is very deep in the folder structure, you can't see the complete path.
If you hover the mouse pointer over that path, a pop-up will eventually show the complete path.
Libraries are a marquee feature of Windows 7, and examining the default save location is a mainstream activity -- not an esoteric niche area.
I don't understand after all these years why Windows 7 still has non-resizable dialog boxes, especially for mainstream activities where the additional window space is needed.
Am I off base, or is there some other viewpoint on this?