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IE window too big for screen- can't access the buttons at the bott

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I use an Acer netbook with 10' screen. Windows XP and IE 8.

Today I was trying to place an order on a website, and when I got to the Terms and Conditions page, it was longer than the screen, so I couldn't scroll down to the end or, more importantly, access the tick off box or <agree> button presumably located at the bottom. This is one of those pop-up style windows where there is no tool bar at the top.

I've tried
- Changing the screen resolution to the max (didn't make a difference as it was already max)
- Ctrl + scroll up/down (only text size changed while window remained same)
- Tab for a random no. of time and Entre (was trying to guess click the button lol but this didn't work)

Is there anything else I can do to fix this problem? Please let me know!!

Thank you! :)
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