I use eDrawings 2016 (64-bit) on a Windows 7 Pro (64-bit) workstation. It has been working just fine until yesterday. At some point it kind of "micromized" itself when I opened the program (or a file within the program - I don't remember). Here is what it looks like now. Only a tiny bit of the upper left corner of the windows is showing. I cannot move it or in any way maximize it. However, it seems like the program is otherwise working as it should (if I click 'File', which is barely visible in the part of the window that is showing, I can open a file - the result is shown in the second picture below). I don't understand why this has suddenly happened - earlier that day, everything was fine. I have, of course, tried to uninstall eDrawings and re-installed the latest version (i.e. the same version) once again - the problem persists (also after rebooting the computer). Is this a known problem eDrawings 2016 and is there a way to fix it. I don't have this problem with any other program on my computer - everything else works perfectly well. All I can think of is that I manually installed some windows updates yesterday (normally I don't do this, as updates are installed automatically, but once in a while I check for optional updates). The updates I installed are KB3102433 (recommended update), KB3102429 (optional update) and KB2952664 (optional update). Could any of these updates be causing this problem? And I am quite sure that I don't have any malware on my computer!