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Want IE 6.0 To Open "Maximized" By Default


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magusbuckley

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Hello:

I have a few icons on my desktop that open various web pages for me. When I use these icons, the web page always opens up in a small window. Is there a way to have these windows open full screen by default instead of me having to click the Maximize button every time?

Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.

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SRX660

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You can try this. After opening the webpage, hold the curser at the edge of the window until you seethe double arrow. Use the mouse to pull the edge to the very edge of your screen, Do this on all four sides. It should stay that size from now on.

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http://www.burzurq.c...ull_screen.html

Works great!

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You can try this. After opening the webpage, hold the curser at the edge of the window until you seethe double arrow. Use the mouse to pull the edge to the very edge of your screen, Do this on all four sides. It should stay that size from now on.

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What Srx660 said but if you strech it out and it doesnt work do it again only this time "HOLD" the "Ctrl" key down when you close it with the "X".

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Hello:

I tried what the three of you suggested and it worked. Thank you so much for your help. I don't know why I didn't think of that before.

Thanks,

Magus
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I lived with that for almost a year before I tripped over an answer,thats why I remember it. LOL

Glad you all set
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