On 11/13/2017 5:01 PM, Jordan Johnson wrote:
There’s also (Windows key)+(left/right arrow), which will move the window to the left/right half of the current display, and (Windows key)+Shift+(left/right arrow), which cycles it to the previous or next display (in case, e.g., the window is on a different display because the student had the laptop connected to an external monitor).


Jordan

Yes.

The problem is the multi-display commands do nothing if you have only one display.  Somebody mentioned changing screen resolution also.  But you can only move a window that's both enabled and "visible" ... if the window is disabled or hidden for some reason, then nothing you try will work.

George

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