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ALL PROGRAMS list too big to see completely. Help!


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Ferrante

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When I go to START and then to ALL PROGRAMS, I have so many programs that once it gets to the "R's", it runs off the right side of the page and I can't see most of it. Is there something I can do to list it another way or to fix this so I can see everything?

Thanks for your help,
Mark Ferrante
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Kniht

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Try adjusting your screen resolution to a higher value.
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1. On the taskbar, right-click Start, and then select Properties.
2. Click the Start Menu tab, and then click Customize.
3. In the Customize Start Menu dialog box, click the Advanced tab.
4. Under Start menu items, click to select the Scroll Programs check box.
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:whistling: WOW!!! Thank you so much for the fast reply. It is alot better now.

Again, thanks so much!

Mark Ferrante
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Thank You for letting us know
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put your programmes into groups:D:D

media programmes
msn
d.lin programmes
net programmes

etc
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