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I have 4 butons and one is to enter menue. I go to the geometry, which I
understand changes the size of window. I cannot get into any of these
pictures by clicking them. How do I do this? I have used my mouse but the
arrow completly disappeares.
I use Windows XP
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Whatever this gibberish is about it has nothing to do with Microsoft Word!
If you have a problem with your monitor, contact the supplier.

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Kaysa wrote:
I have 4 butons and one is to enter menue. I go to the geometry,
which I understand changes the size of window. I cannot get into any
of these pictures by clicking them. How do I do this? I have used my
mouse but the arrow completly disappeares.
I use Windows XP



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