I think you're referring to vertically displayed subtitles.
And to moving them more to the left/right. To be frank: I don't know.
However, I would suppose it works similar as moving horizontal subtitles.
Could you try if [Shift]+[Up] respectively [Shift]+[Down] do the trick?
If you're referring to horizontally displayed subtitles: as far as I know you can't!
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Re: subtitle vertical position or displaying in 15.6 in laptop screen
Thanks for the suggestion, and it works. Using SHIFT + up / down arrow, i am now able to see the subtitles in a 15.6 inch laptop with Windows 7.
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