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Old 07-08-2017, 03:26 AM
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I single click and Microsoft turns it into a double click. If I click on a folder it opens it. Click on an open document anywhere and it makes it full screen. This is driving me nuts.
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It's not clear from your post whether you're describing Windows problems or Office problems. Have you tried repairing the Office installation (via Windows Control Panel > Programs > Programs & Features > Microsoft Office (version) > Change > Repair)?
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