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Solved: Help resizing when opening a new window?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by xjup, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. xjup

    xjup Thread Starter

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    I hope this is in the correct section and the question seems so ignorant, but it's just annoying me. Yesterday while trying to close a program in my task bar, I double clicked. Which resulted in me accidently clicking on "tile windows vertically" Well no problem, I untiled them. But since then when I want to open a "new window" instead of in another tab, it automatically opens the size of the window as half the screen and vertically. How do I fix it to back where it'll automatically open at full size? Ofcourse I can just manually hit maximize everytime or drag the window to a larger size, but how to make it remember to open the new window full size instead? It's just aggravating me. I'm running XP Home and browser IE7. Thanks =)
     
  2. ShadowProwler420

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    Open the window to the desired shape/size, then close the window via the menu (File > Exit). This should reset the window size to whatever you sized it to.
     
  3. xjup

    xjup Thread Starter

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    Simple enough. Thanks much =)
     
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