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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Jerry Mayman, Apr 24, 2004.

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  1. Jerry Mayman

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    When I click on Internet Explorer I get A page 5X8 inches- not full page . How do I correct?
     
  2. Jerry Mayman

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  3. rayearle

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    Jerry,

    I'll ask the obvious... Did you click on the maximize button up in the upper right corner of the I.E. screen after the window opened at a size of about 5 X 8?
     
  4. techguy41

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    Talk about simple! Just click that maximize button on the top right of the internet screen.
     
  5. rude

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    Instead of maximizing the window, when it opens up,place the curser on the bottom right corner of the window,hold the left mouse button and drag the widow open to whatever size you want.The next time you open it , it will open to the size you chose.


    By the way,those HUGE,BOLD fonts you chose could be concidered YELLING
     
  6. techguy41

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    Your right.
     
  7. rayearle

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    rude,

    Sorry I was tired and am again. Since I have run into this one myself in the past and fixed it myself (how to being obvious to me, but then that's just me), I promptly forgot how to fix it (which is me too).
     
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