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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

document is in the desktop, but i cannot see it.


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HI there,

I think that one of my documents has gone 'beyond' the screen boundaries, and I can't reach it. It is there as I can see it in my HD...Can you please help me to take it back to the visible desktop area? Thanks
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Not quite sure how that can happen but go to Desktop in Finder. Move the file in question to another folder - say Documents - then, if you really need it on the desktop, move it back

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Thank you...sorted now... Thanks
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Perhaps the resolutions were changed, the file moved, then resolutions changed again; file no longer visible.
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