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This chapter is from the book

Maximizing, Minimizing, Restoring, and Resizing a Window

Windows 7 provides a variety of ways to control the size and position of program windows. In this section, you learn how to use your mouse to adjust window size and position. You can also use Aero Snap (this chapter, p. 28) to adjust window position from the keyboard.

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  • circle-01.jpg Click the upper-left corner to display the menu (optional).
  • circle-02.jpg Click either control to minimize the window to the taskbar.
  • circle-03.jpg Click either control to maximize the window to full screen.
  • circle-04.jpg Click and drag to resize the window.
  • circle-05.jpg Click and drag to move the window.

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  • circle-06.jpg Click the upper-left corner to display the menu (optional).
  • circle-07.jpg Click either control to restore the program to its previous window size/position.
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