Word open and save problem

  wetterfugal © 20:09 20 Jun 05
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when opening or saving a document in word I used to get a small widow with a list of folders in 'My Documents'where I could scroll across and select the folder I required.

When I was scrolling the screen suddenly opened up full screen with all the folders in view. How can I return to the classic small window with the scroll bar thatI have used from 95,98,XP?

  john-232317 20:32 20 Jun 05

Go to the corner of the window with the cursor, when it changes to a double headed arrow, hold left mouse button and drag inwards to the size you want.

  wetterfugal © 22:35 20 Jun 05

dadyassa

Can't get the double arrows top, left, right or bottom. I could resize the window before the fault occurred. I made sure that the edges of the window was on screen.

I further notice that the screen shows a dropdown menue showing an explorer type tree showing all drives and foders.

On the left there is a panel showing History, My Documents, Desktop, favourites and My Network Places.

  wetterfugal © 22:36 20 Jun 05

dadyassa

Can't get the double arrows top, left, right or bottom. I could resize the window before the fault occurred. I made sure that the edges of the window was on screen.

I further notice that the screen shows a dropdown menue showing an explorer type tree showing all drives and foders.

On the left there is a panel showing History, My Documents, Desktop, favourites and My Network Places.

  Eric10 22:47 20 Jun 05

Try right-clicking the blue bar at the top and choose Restore from the menu.

  Eric10 22:49 20 Jun 05

Just to clarify. I mean the blue bar at the top of the "Save" dialogue box.

  wetterfugal © 22:51 20 Jun 05

Eric10

Got it, Problem solved, Thanks Eric10.

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