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not large enough to display the application in red hat linux x win desktop

I use red hat linux es 5
I use startx to start the x-win desktop.
But when I use vritual manager .
The display application is too large so the bottom
part for the application cannot show out.
I cannot scroll down to get the display of bottm part .
So, I do not know what button display at the bottom part.
So, what can I do .
I already set the display to 800x640 already.
Please advice
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PROFILE-MANAGER(1)					      General Commands Manual						PROFILE-MANAGER(1)

NAME
profile-manager - starts the gui for configuring the metadata used by desktop-profiles SYNOPSIS
profile-manager DESCRIPTION
The desktop profiles package needs metadata about the available profiles in order to decide when to activate which profiles. This metadata is contained in the .listing files placed in the /etc/desktop-profiles directory. This convenience script will start a graphical interface for configuring that metadata. The gui is a kommander script, so you need to have the kommander package installed for the gui to work (the script will check if the neces- sary prerequisites are present, and tell you what's missing if necessary). OPTIONS
There are no options FILES
/etc/desktop-profiles/*.listing - Files containing the metadata about installed profiles BUGS
The gui currently barks at profile metadata containing a single quote in the description. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Bart Cornelis <cobaco@skolelinux.no>. SEE ALSO
desktop-profiles(7), list-desktop-profiles(1), update-profile-cache(1) desktop-profiles May 07, 2005 PROFILE-MANAGER(1)