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Somehow my window for iPhoto is stuck in the upper right hand corner of my screen. I am unable to move it any of the normal ways because all the parts to "grab" on to are hidden off my screen. I have been searching for a week how to fix this and can't. any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Try clicking the window menu and then zoom
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or just quit it, click on the iphoto icon and hold command q
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Try clicking the window menu and then zoom
Thanks for the reply, but I don't have a zoom option, just minimize (which puts it on the dock). I've tried open apple +, -, =, arrows, nothing happens
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or just quit it, click on the iphoto icon and hold command q
I can quit the program, but when it reopens, it's in the same position, stuck in the upper right corner so I can't do anything but see about 1/4 of the iPhoto screen.
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What version of iPhoto are you running? I have 6.0.4 and i have zoom in my window menu.
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What version of iPhoto are you running? I have 6.0.4 and i have zoom in my window menu.
I have version 1.0
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try closing the window then going up to top menu bar and show the main window...

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try changing your screen resolution.
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try closing the window then going up to top menu bar and show the main window...

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try changing your screen resolution.
I can't close the window because the x is hidden off the screen. I tried the screen resolution, it still leaves 3/4 of the window stuck up in the corner
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Close Window Key Command:

Apple + W


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Close Window Key Command:

Apple + W
Nothing happens when I do that either.
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