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Cannot "view as web page"


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melstepp

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Beginning yesterday, when I view control panel, folders, etc., I only see a small box in the corner with a red "x" when I have "view as web page" checked as I usually do. I can only see what is in the folders if I change the view to list or details or icons.

Also, when I get online (SBC DSL), I also get the box with the "x" in several places, like the news headlines, etc. Any idea why this is happening now? I have not changed anything that I know of and I cannot figure out how to fix it.
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Still experiencing this problem...any ideas out there?
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What are your security settings?

tools>>internet options>>security>>>>internet>>custom level
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It is set to the default level, which is medium.
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I will have to go get on my 98 in a little bit. I'm not really sure what you are saying. Is the box in the upper left? Does it give you the options of minimizing, etc.?
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