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I recently dragged some files onto my windows 8 desktop. But there was not enough room to hold it all. Instead what has happened is that some of the files have gone to the right of the screen and i cannot access them as they are off the screen Is there a way I can move the screen over to access them?

asked Jun 03 '12 at 03:59

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by DJ Scooby Doo Jun 03 '12 at 13:19


Navigate to the desktop folder, in Windows 7 its c:users[user name]desktop

Just copy the files to another location then drag them back to the desktop.

answered Jun 03 '12 at 13:00

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edited Jun 03 '12 at 13:58

Make the icons smaller, you can't scroll desktop pages on Windows.

answered Jun 03 '12 at 09:13

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we are sorry for the issue you are having with the software at this time it is a situation after 24 years of research and development on this software we never invisioned being problem .. we will run your discovery by our development team and get back to you with a fix before version 15 of the software is released I hope thank you for understanding ..

please do enjoy your stay with window8 you'll have to after al thanks to our bit lock system you can no longer make the choice to install any other software on your hard drive all your computer drives belong to us..

answered Jun 03 '12 at 11:26

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