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AdWords Editor "post" button

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Hi, can someone please tell me what hat to do if AdWords Editor doesn't show me the "post" button when I want to post new changes online from my PC?

 

Thanks

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September 2015

Re: AdWords Editor "post" button

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Hi,

If you are a window user click (Ctrl+S). If you are a mac user click (Command+S).

In case of the side of AdWords Editor is cut off on your computer screen, try one or more of the tips below:

Adjust your screen resolution. If the resolution is set to 1024 by 768 pixels or lower, try using a higher resolution, such as 1600 by 1200, 1600 by 900, 1280 by 1024, or 1152 by 864 pixels.

Collapse the account tree. You can hide the tree view when you're not using it by double-clicking the dividing bar between the tree view and the data view. To show the tree view again, double-click on the divider at the side of the data view. You can also click and drag the divider to make the tree view wider or narrower.

Collapse the edit panels at the bottom of the tabs.

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Hi,

If you are a window user click (Ctrl+S). If you are a mac user click (Command+S).

In case of the side of AdWords Editor is cut off on your computer screen, try one or more of the tips below:

Adjust your screen resolution. If the resolution is set to 1024 by 768 pixels or lower, try using a higher resolution, such as 1600 by 1200, 1600 by 900, 1280 by 1024, or 1152 by 864 pixels.

Collapse the account tree. You can hide the tree view when you're not using it by double-clicking the dividing bar between the tree view and the data view. To show the tree view again, double-click on the divider at the side of the data view. You can also click and drag the divider to make the tree view wider or narrower.

Collapse the edit panels at the bottom of the tabs.

Re: AdWords Editor "post" button

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Thank you so much Ahmed.