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Thread: IE window

  1. #1
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    IE window

    Might seem like a trivial problem, but it is really frustrating. When I open IE5 the window is halfway off the screen on the right-hand side and I have to drag it back to see the whole window. I've tried creating a shortcut to it and setting it to open maximized, but that didn't help.

    IE 5 running on Win98.

    Thanks,
    Ben

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    Try positioning and resizing the window the way you want it and then close the window while holding down the shift key.
    Take nice care of yourselves - Paul - ♪ -
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  3. #3
    Hi again Paul

    I realise that this a little off-topic, but I'll ask anyway

    Is it possible in W98SE for the screen display to be split vertically, so that two different browser pages can be seen side-by-side, at the time?
    Keep on smiling!

    Mitch Hatfield
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    Looking all around for some small signs of Evolution!!

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    Lightbulb

    Click on your task bar ( any windows ) and choose " tile vertically ", or horizontially, or cascade for a really neat look.
    iisbob

    Read in a message board of a local BBS: "I try to avoid using Microsoft. That's why I use MS-DOS."

  5. #5
    Thanks very much, Bob

    After I've had my 2 am cofee and a fag, I'll give it a go!

    Thanks again for your rapid response. As usual, it's appreciated
    Keep on smiling!

    Mitch Hatfield
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    Looking all around for some small signs of Evolution!!

  6. #6
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    Thanks Paul for solving my problem.

    Strange though, when I maximize the window it is an inch to the right of the screen with an inch gap on the left. So now I just run it in a window.

    Ben

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