I wonder if anyone else has noticed this. I have turned off window animation (that sliding effect) that occurs when you minimize or maximize a window to the taskbar. You can do this by going to:
& setting the MinAnimate value to zero. (You can find instructions on this at Kelly Thorout's site.) You can also do this by using Tweak UI/General tab & unchecking "Enable Windows Animation".
However, whenever I click on a hyperlink in Excel (& usually in Word), if I then try to minimize or maximize any application, the animation effect returns (the "sliding" to & from the taskbar). Also, clicking a hyperlink causes the box in Tweak UI to become checked again. It doesn't change the value in the registry. If you reboot (or logoff & logon), it's back to the way it should be.
Anyone know of a solution? Is there another registry entry somewhere that I can change?
I found a key Key: HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorer VisualEffectsAnimateMinMax
but it has no data or values set. I'm not sure what type of entry to put in there or even if I should mess with it. <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20>