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OS 10.5 - save as window is larger than screen


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I have a user that is on a G5 desktop with a large screen (~30"). In some applications ( the one he showed me was MS Word) when he clicks on save as, the drop down window is actually wider than the screen (monitor). So wide that you cannot see the save or cancel buttons. Is there a plist file that can be edited to a max size?

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