Cisco CCP Utility problem - window cuts off buttons...?

I got an email from Cisco recently saying they're phasing out SDM in favor of CCP. I just downloaded CCP, and am running Windows 7 with the latest version of flash.

The problem I'm having is that the inner window panes within the program are like... expanded, and they cut off some buttons... check the pic.

See how there's a button right at the edge? There's also buttons past that one that I can't get to. One a lot of pages it cuts off all the buttons completely. If I take the side of the window and drag it really quickly, I can see them for a second, but then it expands again. They stay cut off even if I make the window full screen.

Help?
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MaestroDTAsked:
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linrafCommented:
1.  This is a internet explorer screen, can you zoom out to 75%
2. If you tabthrough the buttons it will probably take you to the other buttons.
3. Possibly adjust the resolution on your monitor.
4. Compatibility mode?
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MaestroDTAuthor Commented:
1.  This is a internet explorer screen, can you zoom out to 75%
...how?
2. If you tabthrough the buttons it will probably take you to the other buttons.
even if this works i need to be able to see everything all at once
3. Possibly adjust the resolution on your monitor.
doesn't work
4. Compatibility mode?
doesn't work
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MaestroDTAuthor Commented:
If I start a Virtual PC session with Windows XP, the CCP Client works correctly and everything is displayed right. Its all the same version of flash though, so I don't understand why it isn't working on Win7.
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linrafCommented:
Didn't see your previous post. Ctrl and - zooms out. ctrl and + zooms in.
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linrafCommented:
Is it ie 8 on windows xp machine too?
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MaestroDTAuthor Commented:
Indeed, they are both running IE 8
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vmwarun - ArunCommented:
Check out whether IE8 is a supported browser for CCP Utility.
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r-kCommented:
Check if your display is set to use "large fonts", and if that is the case then change it back to use normal font size. This process is described here:

  http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Make-the-text-on-your-screen-larger-or-smaller

(the terms seem to be now called "Larger scale" and "Default scale" in Windows 7. You want "Normal scale" to see the buttons correctly.)
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MaestroDTAuthor Commented:
Yes my fonts are set to default 100% or what windows defines as "Smaller fonts"
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linrafCommented:
Did you try the Zoom out?
 Ctrl and -  to zoom out
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MaestroDTAuthor Commented:
ah!

you know, had you not told me it was an IE8 window I wouldn't have known. scrolling out did it, I didn't think it would let me because it appeared all flash to me (everywhere i right-click it its a flash menu)

for some reason, the font display size/zoom in internet explorer controls controls how big this window is.. the font doesn't change, just the window. that's some poor programming, but hey thanks so much, i should have seen it the first time you posted it!
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