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(Solved) Window opening minimized

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by essy46, Apr 24, 2004.

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  1. essy46

    essy46 Thread Starter

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    Not sure I'm in the right category for this, but whenever I open a new window, its minimized .. where it use to open as 'maximized' .. its not a huge problem, just sorta annoying .. any help is appreciated .. thank you!!
     
  2. Davey7549

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    I assume you mean the window opening is much smaller than the screen when you say minimized. If so try this........

    Right click on a link you wish to open and select Open In New Window. Close all IE windows you have open except the one that you just opened. Grab the edges of this window drag that IE window to the size you want without clicking the maximize button (square box up top). Once you have it to the size you want, Hold the control key down and click the X up top right to close the window.

    Reopen IE and try another hyperlink as you did before to create the problem.

    Hopefully that solved the problem so let us know.

    Dave
     
  3. essy46

    essy46 Thread Starter

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    That worked, just like you said .. You guys have been such great help. Thank you very very much!!
     
  4. Davey7549

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    Glad we could help! Nothing more annoying then problems when you want to surf! ;)

    Will consider matter solved!

    Take care

    Dave
     
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