Cant resize windows on mac
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Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: May 15, PM in response to kylasimon In response to kylasimon Is this a new behavior? After an OS upgrade? What version of Word?
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May 15, PM in response to kylasimon In response to kylasimon Well Ask a question Reset. This approach is far more convenient, but in addition to this behavior you can use several quick and easy modifications to enhance your window resizing efforts.
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The first options are perhaps the obvious ones, where if you want to view content in full screen then you can activate this by clicking the double-arrow button in the upper-right corner of each window that supports it, or by pressing a relevant hot key such as Control-Command-F for Finder windows. The second option is to resize a window to fit its content, which is done by clicking the green "Zoom" button next to the red and yellow ones for closing and minimizing windows.
The next options are built-in enhancements to the resizing behaviors for windows. While you might find yourself resizing windows by moving the left side, then the right, and then the top and bottom or perhaps combining these in part by using corner controls , there are a few ways you can speed this up, by using modifier keys along with your window resizing actions. For example, if you drag the right edge of a window while holding the Option key down, you will perform a mirror action to the opposite edge, in essence leaving the window centered but widening or reducing its overall width.
These two keys can be used in combination as well, so holding both will preserve the aspect ratio of the window while resizing around its center point. With these options you can easily manage the each of the windows on your screen without always having to access each side or corner separately.
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