Notes in Outlook can not minimize

My notes in Outlook when I open them now take up the entire screen. There is no minimize button the top right-hand corner just the x
PdetersAsked:
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Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportCommented:
See if you can grab the corner and drag it to the center.

If this doesn't work, the change the screen resolution maybe, or try double-clicking the the note itself, kind of like double clicking the colored title bar in an open window.
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dbutlerCommented:
From what I can see your problem may be related to either a recent program install/unistall or a setting our your router.

Have you recently been using Norton?

You might also look at changing the wireless channel being used by your router.

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dbutlerCommented:
Sorry for the previous post.... had a couple of windows open and plugged that answer into the wrong one.  
Not sure how you got into the situation you are in, but you can

1. Click on the View pull down menu;
2. Go down to Navigation Pane in that menu
3  In the Navigation Pane menu, Click on Normal

That should reset things!
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PdetersAuthor Commented:
I am not sure how i got in this situation either =) thanks
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