How do i open/save file when window too low on screen Tags: Command Prompt Windows XP Last response: August 28, 2012 11:55 PM in Windows XP Share cpburton August 28, 2012 11:29:32 PM Hello, the text box that asks if you want to save or open a file is right on the bottom of my screen. I can't scroll down low enough to choose the action. It also won't drag up to allow access to thew command. More about : open save file window low screen Emerald August 28, 2012 11:55:44 PM have you tried changing the video resolution? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How do you set XP file open/save dialogue boxes to always .. Forum Solvedhow can i split my 37" screen into several windows. Currently everything is in one window and is too big. Forum SolvedHow High/Low is Too High/Low (Temperatures) Forum Solvedafter rebooting using f12 then asks for pw type in pw then loads window files tgen screen turns black then i F8 tgen it com Forum SolvedHow do you read blue screen dump files? Forum Solvedcant install windows 7, screen goes black with only mouse cursor on screen after loading files and window logo appearing Forum SolvedHow do I change hard drive file system outside of Windows? Forum have a dell 660S, went to change the reolution, screen flashed, then came back on low resolution where almost everything too Forum Mic pickup too low in Windows Forum SolvedHow to save command prompt screen content to text file Forum Windows 8 extracting file failed. It is most likely caused by low memory or corrupted cabinet file. Forum Low file size screen recorder? Forum SolvedBlue Screen shows just after windows logo but too fast to see what it says Forum SolvedDual 2560x1440 screens - Cable Problems - How long is too long a cable run? Forum SolvedHow do I get my windows 7 computer to be on a wireless network for file sharing and on an iphone5 hotspot at the same time? Forum How do people get too high FPS with low end cards? Forum SolvedPost screen and windows too big for monitor Forum Shouldn't low fps cause screen tearing in games too? Forum SolvedSSD dying, can't access it without Window's crashing. How to recover files? Forum SolvedHow do I open a .bkf file in windows 8.1? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !