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When your Windows XP file becomes too large to fit in a single window, which of these components allows you to bring different portions into view? A. Toolbox and work area C. Scroll bar and scroll arrows B. Title bar and taskbar D. File menu and Close button
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When your Windows XP file becomes too large to fit in a single window, scroll bar and scroll arrows allow you to bring different portions into view.
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