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How to move an invisible window back onto the screen in Windows

  1. Normally you would drag the window by its title bar into its position with the mouse – but if the window is off the screen, the mouse cannot access it.
  2. Here is how to use the keyboard arrow-keys to do the same, after right-clicking the window’s task bar icon:
  3. sanako-move-student-window
  4. This example is with our Sanako student (a bug or misconfiguration we are investigating), but works with most windows on most versions of MS-Windows.
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