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Bun B

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hey guys :) :)

I have a small problem.. Whenever I open Internet Explorer the window is small. I maximize the window but when i click on a new link on a webpage it goes back to small. It is very annoying! Click here (here is a pic of the window)

Thank you

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Howdy:

Try this and see if it helps..

Start IE.. Now, click on a link to open the small window.. Once the window is open, use the File>Close option on the ORIGINAL IE windows..

Now, use your mouse cursor and stretch the small IE window out to both sides and top/bottom..

Use the File>Close option to close this window.. Do NOT just "x" out..

Now try opening IE and clicking on a link..

Murray
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Bun B

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Yes!

Thank you Murray S. !!

Simple problem :) :) :tazz:
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that is officially the worst feature in IE ever,,,,the damned...remember how big the window was when i closed it deal
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haha very true :) :woot:

I love u guys :tazz: :)

thanks

D.C. Portis fo life
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