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New problem from Waynf: While view web page this a.m. screen showed split window with reduced web page with desktop in bacground. Please advise. I had played with magnifier earlier.

Pls advise.
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Please ignore my earlier message yesterday concerning split window .

I have solved it.
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This is repost: Split screen or window has returned. Window is actually reduced vertically and I have to continue x-ing maximize. It does not happen every time. I thought by reducing amount of magnification on magnifier would stop it but to no avail.
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please do a screen capture press PRT SC key
then paste it in MSPaint

then save it as a jpg or gif, and post it...i do not understand what you mean
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Response to Gerryf. I cannot print screen, never could, tried copying and sending to MSPain, but it will not allow me to past from clipboard. My Print Screen/Sys Req is and has never reacted. Even tried Cntrl-Prt Scr, but to no avail. Is there another way to do this. By the way a better explanation is as follows: When a web page comes up let us say on my monitor being approx 9" by 5 1/2 inches in height, another web page appears approx 9" wide by 21/2 " in height, with additional static line 1" above original static line. I have to maximize to get the full screen, or increase the size by dropping the border of the static line down.
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boy, I am sure you are describing that great, but I am at a loss as to what you mean....digital camera?
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You can try alt+ Prnt Scr or use an application like SnagIt for capturing.

Edited by Comnir, 20 April 2005 - 12:12 AM.

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