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Re: st: Can't size do-file editor window in Stata 10

From   "Sergiy Radyakin" <>
Subject   Re: st: Can't size do-file editor window in Stata 10
Date   Tue, 2 Oct 2007 15:43:46 +0200

Hello Carole.

It seems that the do-editor in the windowed mode is shown somewhere
beyond the limits of your viewable desktop area (e.g. on the desktop
of the second monitor if it is present). Right-click the do-editors
button in the task-list, choose "Move" and move the (still invisible)
window with the arrow keys (use keyboard). Try the left and up keys

This might occur when the screen resolution changed/another monitor
plugged or un-plugged/etc.

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

On 10/2/07, Carole J. Wilson <> wrote:
> --
> If I open the do-file editor in updated Stata 10/SE (running on
> Windows XP)  (either by clicking on the icon or using -doedit-), the
> do-file editor is minimized to the toolbar.  Clicking the minimized
> do-file editor in the tool bar does not maximize the window.  I am
> only maximize the do-file editor by right-clicking on the minimized
> window and choosing maximize or restore.  Once the program window is
> maximized (or restored--which also expands the program to the full
> screen), I cannot change its size.  I am stuck with either a fully
> expanded (full-screen) do-file editor, or a completely minimized
> window.  I would like the do-file editor to be smaller than the full
> screen.
> Has anyone else experienced this, and how have they fixed it?  Or have
> I missed some Stata 10 or (more likely) Windows "feature"?
> Thanks,
> Carole
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