Press the TAB key to cycle through the dialog controls until the focus is on OK, then press ENTER.
Press Shift+TAB to travel in reverse control order. Handy when you overshoot.
You may need to practice on your regular SW to see when OK gets its focus.
You'll see a marquee around the control with focus.
Also, you can press Alt+SPACEBAR to display the dialog's system menu (always in the upper left corner).
On this menu is the "Move" command. Selecting this option allows you move the dialog using the arrow keys.
This may allow you to move the dialog up until the buttons are visible.
Note, a dialog can be programmed to prevent the system menu from displaying.
If so, there's nothing you can do to change this behavior.
I'm not in front of SW at the moment, so I don't know if this dialog does display a system menu or not.
Lastly, can you record macros to toggle (to & from) the settings you need to modify?
Thanks very much Kevin,
The alt-spacebar-move idea does the job, although it is a bit inconvenient.
I will have to look for a new video card with a higher resolution.
By your image, it looks like you may have the Windows font size scaled to a larger size than 100% or you may have some other WIndows appearance settings set that cause the dialogs to grow in size. You may not need a card that supports higher resolution. You may be able to overcome it by adjusting the Windows appearance settings so the dialogs aren't so large on your current resolution.
I hope this helps,
Good point, I have twiddled with that, but make the text any smaller and I cannot read the texts !
I would like a laptop with a 24" screen !