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Posted on 2004-10-01
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My startup page is too large.
I've tried turning if off, resizing my desktop (both large and small), and turning it back on.
Nothing seems to get it to fit correctly into my 800x600 screen area.
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Question by:psenn
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by:WebsiteNation
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Startup page for what? Do you mean the dreamweaver default page?
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by:psenn
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Yes.  The one that appears if you press Ctrl-U, and click on "Show start page".

Right now it says "acromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004" because the "M" is cutoff on the left-hand side.
Then it says "en a Recent Item" for "Open a Recent Item".
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by:WebsiteNation
ID: 12204019
Hmm, that gave me the setting dialog box. I am using MX. Are the rest of your programs displaying properly? Have you check the font size for you display properties? When did this start happening?
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by:psenn
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I think it's new to MX 2004.
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by:WebsiteNation
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Are the rest of your programs displaying properly? Have you checked the font size for you display properties? When did this start happening?
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by:psenn
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> Are the rest of your programs displaying properly?
Yes

> Have you checked the font size for you display properties?
Specifically, what do you mean?

> When did this start happening?
I installed it using 1024x768, but decided I wanted to use 800x600.
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by:WebsiteNation
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The font size in is the display properties in the contorl panel. Make sure that is set to normal.

Perhaps your window is not maximized?
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by:psenn
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This is a DW MX 2004 issue.
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