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Windows 7: American Greeting Workspace to large for my computer

10 Apr 2013   #11


Finally removed the problem. Never did find out why or what was wrong. Did a clean install of W7 and am in the process of reinstalling all of my stuff. I look at the AG workspace after each re-installation to insure the fault is not reintroduced. About 90% done and so far it has not reappeared.

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14 Apr 2013   #12
A Guy

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If you ever find an "unmoveable window" try this

Hover your mouse over the taskbar icon until the preview pops up. Right click the preview and see if the Move option isn't grayed out. This will allow the arrow keys on the keyboard to move the window.


Highlight (hover over) the taskbar icon. Press Alt+Space bar, then M. Now use the keyboard arrows to move. Press the Shift key when you close it might very well save that location.

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