Reference window is separated

The bottom half of the reference window is separated form the top half and they occupy the full screen.  I need the two halves to be together as a window, like how it was originally. How do i fix this? 

The picture is the reference window, but it only shows the bottom half. When i click the reference flyout, it shows the references (without the bottom half)  but takes the whole screen. Help! 

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  • Hi Carolyn,

    It looks like your Reference dialog window is larger than the available space and the title bar  is off screen making it hard to do anything with the dialog.

    Try the following:

    1. In the Ribbon Search enter Window List
    2. Click on Window List to get a list of all the open windows. You should see References in the list.
    3. Select References from the list and click Ok.
    4. Next with your keyboard press Alt+Space then press M then press any arrow key
    5. Now move your mouse and the References dialog window should move with the mouse cursor in the title bar.
    6. Click the left mouse button to release the window in a new position. Grab the title bar and move the window to a position where you can see the top edge and one of the side edges of the dialog. 
    7. Make the window smaller by grabbing the edges and dragging them inwards. Continue adjusting the edges until you can get the window to a size you like.

    Regards,
    Ron

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  • Hi Carolyn,

    It looks like your Reference dialog window is larger than the available space and the title bar  is off screen making it hard to do anything with the dialog.

    Try the following:

    1. In the Ribbon Search enter Window List
    2. Click on Window List to get a list of all the open windows. You should see References in the list.
    3. Select References from the list and click Ok.
    4. Next with your keyboard press Alt+Space then press M then press any arrow key
    5. Now move your mouse and the References dialog window should move with the mouse cursor in the title bar.
    6. Click the left mouse button to release the window in a new position. Grab the title bar and move the window to a position where you can see the top edge and one of the side edges of the dialog. 
    7. Make the window smaller by grabbing the edges and dragging them inwards. Continue adjusting the edges until you can get the window to a size you like.

    Regards,
    Ron

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