Chgoan
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Windows And FS2004

Tue Jan 20, 2004 7:33 am

Hi,

Is there a way to setup FS2004 so it shares the screen with other programs? So the Windows taskbar is still visible at the bottom of the screen?

Problem I've been having is while using Active Camera, when I want to save or open a saved view, the MS Window pops up, but disappears behind the MS screen, and then can only get MS going when I hit "Esc" to close the window. So thought if I can get windows to host MS like it does Word, Excel, etc. it might solve the issue. I've seen it for 2002, but not for 2004, and can't find anything set it up in 2004.

Any suggestions?
 
jwenting
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RE: Windows And FS2004

Thu Jan 22, 2004 2:12 am

yes, use Alt-Enter to get out of fullscreen mode and you can run it like any normal Windows application.
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Chgoan
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RE: Windows And FS2004

Thu Jan 22, 2004 8:18 am

Man! HA! I knew it had to be something that easy. Geez.

Thank you!

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