resize the find and replace window


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Fred Biacsi

I am unable to resize this window, which is preventing me from being able to
read the transactions.
Any ideas? TIA..Fred
 
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Scott Lindner

There's no way around this. It's a bug if you ask me.

Scott
 
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Dick Weaver

Fred said:
I am unable to resize this window, which is preventing me from being able to
read the transactions.
Any ideas? TIA..Fred
I can move it, does that help?

dick w
 
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John Pollard

Scott said:
There's no way around this. It's a bug if you ask me.
Neither of you have said what version of Quicken you are using. This window
is resizeable in Q2002 deluxe for Windows, US., by dragging sides or corners
with mouse.
 
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Scott Lindner

I can move it, does that help?

Moving is not the same as resizing. Can you clarify what it is that you can
do with this particular window shape and size? As far as I know from
reading this newsgroup it is not possible to resize this particular window.

Scott
 
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Dick Weaver

Scott said:
Moving is not the same as resizing. Can you clarify what it is that you can
do with this particular window shape and size? As far as I know from
reading this newsgroup it is not possible to resize this particular window.

Scott
Clarification.

In my version of Quicken I cannot resize. But I can move it in the
normal way windows are moved. So if the Find and Replace Window is
blocking something I want to see, I move that window, up, down, left,
right, or some combination so I can see what had been blocked.

dick w
 
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Scott T. Lindner

Clarification.
In my version of Quicken I cannot resize. But I can move it in the
normal way windows are moved. So if the Find and Replace Window is
blocking something I want to see, I move that window, up, down, left,
right, or some combination so I can see what had been blocked.
Thanks. That's not the problem the OP is trying to resolve. They want to
be able to resize the Find & Replace window itself to see the full details
of each transaction fund by the search.

You had me excited that you found a way to resize it. :)

Scott
 
D

Dick Weaver

Scott said:
[snip]...
Thanks. That's not the problem the OP is trying to resolve. They want to
be able to resize the Find & Replace window itself to see the full details
of each transaction fund by the search.

You had me excited that you found a way to resize it. :)
Ah, I forget that, with Quicken, you lose function with upgrades.
Running Quicken for WIndows ver.4 (1994) I can resize the Find & Replace
window (by dragging borders) to full screen. Can't everyone :) ?

dick w
 
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Fred Biacsi

I am running Quicken 2004 Premier Home & Business edition release 4 with
Windows XP Home edition Service Pack 1....I had a previous version of
quicken, 2002 deluxe I believe, and it was re-sizable...now all I can do is
move it...is this a bug?
 
S

Scott T. Lindner

Ah, I forget that, with Quicken, you lose function with upgrades.

Sad.. but true.
 
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John Pollard

Fred said:
I am running Quicken 2004 Premier Home & Business edition release 4
with Windows XP Home edition Service Pack 1....I had a previous
version of quicken, 2002 deluxe I believe, and it was
re-sizable...now all I can do is move it...is this a bug?
It's beginning to sound that way.
 
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John

Fred Biacsi said:
I am unable to resize this window, which is preventing me from being able to
read the transactions.
Any ideas? TIA..Fred
Hey Fred! I think you need to clarify which window you can not
resize. When I use the find command a small window opens which has
Find, Search, and Match If. If this is the window you are speaking of,
then no, it does not rezise. No real reason for you to resize it
anyways.

If you click on find after you've set the search criteria in this
window, q2004 PH&B, clears the window and highlights a register
transaction if a match is found.

If you click on find all, q2004 will open a new larger window with any
and all transactions found. This window is resizable by dragging the
edges.
 

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