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Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

I previously had Medoc on windows 98 on my laptop. Now I have loaded it on Windows XP. It works ok but the window is very small and I cannot enlarge it.
Any suggestions.
NB this is not the windows version of Medoc. I have the windows version on XP and it works fine but all of our company's programs are on the old Medoc which I believe is a DOS base.

RE: Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

I am not familiar with WinXP, but why are you running the Medoc windowed?
Try full screen mode.

RE: Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

Thanks XYZZ, sorry for being stupid, how to I get to full screen mode?

RE: Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

Just press Alt-Enter while your Medoc window is active (the window header is blue).
Press the same again to return to windowed mode.

RE: Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

to XYZZ. I have tried your suggestion of Alt-Enter and it works perfectly. I have asked many very clever people about this and they were clueless. You are a genius! many thanks for your help.

RE: Mitsubishi Medoc 230 software

To Simisteven.
Any time.
Ask another questions, if any, about Medoc or FX.
I am their long-time affiliate, an expert already.
I still prefer Medoc to new GX-Developer for Windows.
By the way: being in windowed mode, the size of the Medoc window depends on the font defined in the window toolbar.
The window becomes double-height when the ladder is switched to VGA mode (by pressing Alt-H in working area).
I sometimes open two Medoc sessions at a time and arrange two windows on the screen.

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