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How to Restore a Window which Is Out of the Visible Monitor Scope?

Last updated: 2018-08-28

If a window (e. g. from CANalyzer/CANoe) is not findable any more, maybe it is out of the visible monitor scope and can't therefore be seen, it can be restored with the following steps:

  1. Select respective window in Windows Taskbar and click on it
  2. ALT + SPACE
  3. Press Arrow down key and confirm with ENTER
  4. Press any arrow key
  5. Now, the window is sticked to the mouse cursor and you can move it into the visible monitor scope
  6. Confirm the new window position with a mouse click or ENTER

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