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IE7 Window Sizing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Chase1, Jul 4, 2007.

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  1. Chase1

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    Awhile back using IE7 I sized 2 browser windows to fill my monitor to perform some comparisons. When completed, I closed 1 window and maximized the remaining 1 to continue using the internet. Now I notice that any time I click on a link that prompts a new window to open the window is only 1/4 the size of my monitor. I can strech the window, max the window but after closing the secondary window and clicking the same link or even another link that prompts a new window I still get my 1/4 size window. I'm sure there's a fix but I have been unsuccessful. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Muffy7

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    One thing you can do is have all new windows open up in a new tab within the same window you are already viewing... Would you be interested in that?

    Otherwise... the only thing i can think of is to go to the shortcut you use for the internet. Right click and select properties. You'll see "Run:" and then you can choose from "Maximized, Normal, or Minimized windows"

    see if that works.
     
  3. moper

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    Chase1, try this. Stretch the window to full screen.(Do not use the maximize button). Close all other windows, except this one. Right click taskbar, and click: Tile Windows Horizontally. Nothing should appear to happen, but it should remember the size.


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