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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by neary, Jan 16, 2007.

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  1. neary

    neary Thread Starter

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    What do I have to so that things open with a full screen. It's a pain to have to enlarge every screen we look at.
    Help WILL be appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    This is a niggling issue with Windows. :)

    What I do for applications like IE is to open a single instance windowed (not full screen), and then resize it to fill the screen. Close that instance, and next time it'll open up "almost full screen". :)
     
  3. Old Rich

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    Two other approaches that usually work:

    If it is a shortcut that launches the screen, right click on the shortcut and select Properties . . in the Run line . . select Maximized.

    If you maximize a screen and then close using the File . . Close ( or Exit ) it will usually open in that state the next time.

    Like JohnWill said . . it is a niggling problem and these sometimes work, and sometimes don't.
     
  4. jmtechserv

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    Don't make it too small or your "pop-up" blocker will catch it.
     
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