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    MICROSOFT OFFICE window won't stay where you put it

    Example: I drag the edges of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and size it where I want it. I exit. When I open it again, it's right there where I positioned it...but when I reboot, the window has moved just a little bit. I want that window to stay where I put it. How?

    Issue #2: Microsoft Office Word 2007 has always opened instantly. Now it takes FOREVER to open. I don't think anything has changed; it just started doing this. Any idea why and what I can do to get it back to normal?

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    Ronny,

    Welcome to the Lounge as a new poster.

    Size the window and hold Shift while you close the window.
    Reopen and it should remain the same size as when you closed it.
    If that doesn't work try holding CTRL instead.
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    HTH,
    Tried Shift. Didn't work. Tried Ctrl: That didn't work either. Any other suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Ronny in Florida (69, born in Charlotte, North Carolina)

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    Ronny,

    I just took the time to look it up, HERE, and it is the Ctrl Key. You may want to download CCleaner and clean your Windows Size/Location Cache. Then try setting them. HTH
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