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Window Size in "Save Optimpized As" dialog box

Window Size in "Save Optimpized As" dialog box

Window Size in "Save Optimpized As" dialog box

I'm converting a number of files to PDFs using Adobe Acrobat Pro 6.0 Pro.  Before I save them, I use the PDF Optimizer routine.  After setting the parameters (compression, etc), I get to the "Save Optimized As" window, which is maximized on my screen, where I am supposed to enter the file name.  The maximized window prevents me from seeing the document below, which makes it difficult for me to name the file using details off the document itself.  Although there appears to be a re-sizing dot-pattern down in the lower right corner of this window, I cannot resize it, or move it to my second monitor.    I don't believe this has always behaved this way.  Can anyone tell me how to reset the dialog window size to "normal", or otherwise how to change it?

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