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cajun62234

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I just got a new custom computer; it came with Win7 Pro but Igot so frustrated with Win7, I told the builder to replace it with XP Pro....[I wanted Outlook Express, removal of Deleted emails on exiting, Read Receipts; and the simplicity of which I've been accustomed to all these [20] years :D .... I did keep Office 2010]

Everything works great, EXCEPT when I begin/create a New Mail. The blank email displays in a vertical format; about 4" wide and about 3/4 the height of the screen. I don't know how to get it to save in a 'full-screen' view upon opening?? I've tried setting it in full view, doing a 'save', and closing out with the 'red X'. nothing seems to save it....

Yes, I click on 'maximize' and all is well, but I'd like it to open in 'maximize'

Any suggestions???

Thanks in advance....please email me if you wish.
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DonnaB

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Hi cajun62234,

Welcome to Geekstogo! :D

Try minimizing the Window then placing your mouse on the edges of the Window to drag it to the size you'd like for it to open in.

Let me know if that helps.

Donna :D
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Fantastic.... it worked!!

Thank you very much!! :D
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Oh that's wonderful to hear!

And you are very welcome. :D
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