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Plugin Windows oversized in Win2k - Adobe Acrobat Windows

Hello, I have Acrobat 6.01. I had XP installed for a long time and have since decided to go back to win2k (for various reasonS). In XP the plugin dialog boxes are a very nice size, in win2k they are extremely large. Quite Imposing now takes up about a quarter of the screen. Does anyone know how to make the dialog boxes smaller in win2k? thanks, Bryce...

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    Default Plugin Windows oversized in Win2k

    Hello,

    I have Acrobat 6.01. I had XP installed for a long time and have since decided to go back to win2k (for various reasonS). In XP the plugin dialog boxes are a very nice size, in win2k they are extremely large. Quite Imposing now takes up about a quarter of the screen. Does anyone know how to make the dialog boxes smaller in win2k?

    thanks,
    Bryce
    Bryce_Steiner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Plugin Windows oversized in Win2k

    I'm pretty sure the dialog boxes are defined in pixels. Have checked to make sure you are using the same display settings in 2k as you were in XP?
    Gary_A.@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Plugin Windows oversized in Win2k

    The display resolution is exactly the same with same driver. 1280x1024. ID CS looks the same, but Acrobat and Freehands' are massive.

    thanks,
    Bryce
    Bryce_Steiner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Plugin Windows oversized in Win2k

    With the same display resolution settings I don't have any other ideas. I'd try emailing [email]helpquite.com[/email] to see if they have heard of this.
    Gary_A.@adobeforums.com Guest

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