Win XP All Programs overflows width of screen.

  tobber 00:36 15 Jan 05

Because I have loaded more programs then the latest
icons can't be seen i.e. they are off screen.How can
I see all the new software?

  Djohn 00:40 15 Jan 05

If you mean from Start/all programs then there should be a small black arrow at the top or bottom of the menu. Move your cursor up or down over the arrow and they will scroll onto the screen.

If you want them all to show at the same time then make new folders and group like minded applications into the same folder, this will reduce the amount on show and the need to scroll.

  tobber 00:59 15 Jan 05

Thank you for your help, can't find black arrow on my screen.

  hugh-265156 01:04 15 Jan 05

try this.

right click the taskbar/properties/start menu/customize/advanced

scroll down a wee bit in the window showing and put a tick in 'scroll programs'

  Kev.Ifty 01:07 15 Jan 05

Click on START.Select SETTINGS then...Taskbar and Start Menu.

Select the 'Start Menu' tab. Click CUSTOMISE. Find the option 'Scroll Programs'(third from bottom) and tick the box! Click OK!.

Now you will be able to scroll through all your Program's

Now think about creating folders for like programs as per Djohn's excellent suggestion. Then you will it easier to locate those less often used program's...


  Kev.Ifty 01:13 15 Jan 05

Then you will it easier??? .The missing word is 'find'

  User-312386 02:20 15 Jan 05

right click blank part of destop, select properties then the setting tab

Now pull the slider to the right on screen resolution

  tobber 14:23 15 Jan 05

Thanks everyone for your help. Problem solved.
tobber :)

  Graham ® 14:47 15 Jan 05

And everyone! For the benefit of those that don't know (me), how do I put the folder in Programs, please?

  VoG II 14:50 15 Jan 05

Make new folders in the Start Menu. Right click Start button, Explore All Users ...

  Graham ® 15:07 15 Jan 05

Done! Thanks, VoG™.

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