"Open File" window can't be resized! - Adobe illustrator

This is a discussion on "Open File" window can't be resized! - Adobe illustrator ; I am using Illustrator CS and my Open File window extends down below the bottom of my monitor screen. My cursor will not reach the bottom right corner so I can resize the window. I can barely see the Cancel ...

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"Open File" window can't be resized!

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    I am using Illustrator CS and my Open File window extends down below the bottom of my monitor screen. My cursor will not reach the bottom right corner so I can resize the window. I can barely see the Cancel or Open buttons! Any idea's how to fix this would be much appreciated! I have a mac 17" G4 powerbook, OS 10.4.7, 1 G ram, 133Ghz

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    Type "f" to toggle to a different screen mode. That should resize the window.

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    Thanks for trying Ray but typing F didn't work. I still can't grab the corner to resize!

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    Use the resize button at upper left of window.

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    Increase your monitor resolution... resize the box.. then put the monitor resolution back to how you like it.

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