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Window Size

How can I get MSIE ver6.0 in winxp to open up in a full size window? As it is now when I open it up or click on a link on the desktop it only opens in a very small window.

richie

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Re:Window Size

Richie
This may work. First, close all open IE windows, then launch IE again. Right-click on any link and choose Open in New Window. Resize the resulting secondary window to the size you want for all secondary windows. Now close the window by holding the Shift key and clicking the X icon in its top-right-hand corner. Set the remaining window to the size you want IE to have when initially launched, and close it in the same way. IE should now remember your preferred window sizes. If it forgets after a while, apply this fix again

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Egene

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It worked the first time when I opened the IE icon on the desktop, but as soon as I opened a IE link icon on the desktop it reverted back to a small window. Thanks for trying.
richie

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heres what i do, i open ie, drag it the size i want then hold shift key down and then at same time click on the X
also in quick launch right click on the ie and choose properties click on run choose maximized

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