You could possibly set monitor 2 as the primary monitor. If I remember correctly it can do things like resort your desktop icons though. So if you have those arranged a certain way it could be annoying.
#2 is my primary monitor. I did figure out a way - alt+tab, then windows+arrow forced it in to a windowed environment I could interact with, and that could be moved to the correct monitor.
Ack, should have thought of that, I've actually done that in the past :)