Please disregard... I kept working and exploring and found the solution by
accident. I clicked on the icon at the upper left of the maximized screen
and on the context menu there was a choice to "restore" -- clicking on that
reduced the window to the previously known size. Have no idea how this
changed in the first place!
"Gene Hora" <geneho@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I like to save messages pertaining to bills paid (regular and on-line
>purchases) in special folders. I've never had a problem until recently --
>just select the e-mail, File-Save As and a small screen would open to allow
>saving and browsing to the desired location. I could save it as a "eml"
>file in a folder. I've done this for years, archiving certain e-mail files
>with no difficulty opening them later.
> Lately, when I click on Save As.. the screen opens up to the maximum
> screen without any minimizing icon available. That means I can't view the
> e-mail I want to save and elicit the necessary info to describe the file.
> I can't find any entry in the menus that will correct this. Also found it
> hard to describe a short Google description that would produce usable
> results. Is this some fault in the registry that opens the screen like
> this? I don't have this "save as" problem with any other program (Word,
> WordPad, WordPerfect, etc.); only Windows Mail and it's a relatively new
> My interim solution is to drag the file to the desired location and then
> rename it. Would appreciate any advice. Thanks