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On 25/06/2012 23:34, Andreas Säger wrote:
Because [Esc] takes you back to the edit window, I think that the print dialog is active but its position is out of visible bounds. Alt+Space_Key might open the window-menu for the active but hidden dialog. There you might find some way to move it by means of arrow keys. I don't use Windows right now, so I can not test.

On 26/06/2012 00:58, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I think on Windows and on Gnu&Linux yiou can right-clcik on it's button (if it has one) in the taskbar/panel (= that 
strip along the bottom of the screen in Xp that has the "Start" button and the clock on it).  If you right-click 
on the button there you get a choice to "Move".  Don't press any key or button just move the mouse back into the 
screen.  I found it almost impossible not to left-click to drag.

It might be easier to change the resolution of the montior to something really tiny and unreadable. 
 That might make it easier to drag the window into the right area and then reset your resolution. ;)
Good luck and regards from
Tom :)

Am I red-faced!
You are totally right about the invisible PRINT dialog: because I have 2 monitors (the 2nd one not being on all the time) the PRINT dialog was indeed opening in the 2nd monitor which was not turned on at the time. I have now placed the dialog on the main monitor. So Thank you ,Andreas, and Tom , very much for pointing out that possibility (and how to resolve it) which turned out to be right and for taking the time to reply.Now I shall just write a 100 times :" I will always check my second monitor"

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