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Old 01-27-04, 10:02 AM
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Have an Internet Explorer question...

Im hoping someone can help me out here. I recently re-formatted my hard drive and reinstalled all of my software - yearly winter cleaning.

Anyways, everytime I click on a link while on the internet, IE opens another window but the window is very small - Im wondering how I can make that window open in a maximized state?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Old 01-28-04, 06:45 PM
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Try resize the IE window to what you want. Then close the window. It should save the size of the window so next time you open IE again, it will open to the same size. Not too sure if it'll work for maximized state though.
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We've been through this in here several times before. But it's probably just as easy to describe the procedure again.

Open IE, don't maximize. Drag the sides to the edges of your screen (or to the size you want it to be). Open a new window (From File, not another session of IE) and make it match the first one. Close both of them.

That should do it.

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