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Sue C

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Sorry I didn't know how to title this. Is there something you can do for when you go into a search engine and get the listing of sites you want to look at, but when you go to one of the sites, it won't let you hit "back" so you can go back to the service engine list? (why DOES this happen anyway?)

I use Internet Explorer 6.0.2800, Windows 98.

Also, if I can add on another question here. When I click on the "e" to go into IE, the screen always comes up small and I have to click on the upper right box to make it big. Is there a setting I can change so that when I click on the "e" I will automatically have full page screens?

Thanks much!
Sue
 
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hi sue:) it SHOULD allow you to use your back button but another way is to right click the site in the search engine and choose"open in new window"...that way you still have the search page.

2nd question is easy:)
click on IE.....place your curser on a corner of the page until it changes into a kind of double ended arrow......now hold down the left mouse button and drag the page to any size you want.
next time you open IE it will be full size.;)
 

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You can also hold the shift key down when you click the link and it will open in a new window.
 
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sometimes you can right-click the webpage you want to go back on and choose "back" at the top.
 
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