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In my Paint program (preinstalled with Windows 95) the tool box is lodged in the lower left corner of the Paint window.  Most annoyingly, only half of the tool box is exposed.  The lower half is out of sight.  I've tried dragging it up, but, it just sits there taunting me.  Everything beneath the "text" button is out of sight and unusuable.  What can I do?   A-a-a-rg!
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Thanks, Junie
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Junie,

There's a trick to it...

Just to the side of whatever buttons you can see, double click and hold, then drag that sucker up to where you want it.

Cheers - MorFF
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Thanks a million, Junie
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