Accessing or moving a window when its title bar leaves the screen

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Your application window drags from your desktop, so you cannot move or close the window with the mouse pointer.

This message shows how to move a window that does not appear on the screen in Windows with the keyboard and return the misplaced off-screen window to your desktop.

This simple tip will help you move the window in such situations.

Press and hold Alt+Space and also press button M. Drop all the keys.

You can also hold down the Shift key and right-click the program icon in the taskbar and select Move.

The mouse pointer changes to an arrow 4 directions and moves over the window title bar.

Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the window.

Click with the right mouse button when you have moved the window and finished.

User interface commands that extend beyond the screen

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If you cannot access some user interface commands that extend beyond the screen on low-resolution computers, try this.

Press button ALT to highlight the currently focused control. Press and hold TAB until the focus moves to the control on the screen that extends away from the screen, then press Enter.

To close an application that you cannot access, simply press ALT+F4 to close it.

UPDATE: If your Windows supports it, you can use the Aero Snap function.

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