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Old 29th October 2003   #1
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Hi Everyone,

I was wondering if anyone knew how to keep my screen maximized when switching pages on the web. For instance, if I am checking e-mail on Yahoo, I select one and maximize the screen to read it. When I close that message to read another, the screen returns to the smaller setting, forcing me to re-maximize the screen each time. Does anyone know of a fix that keeps the screen size maximized until I want to change it instead of the computer doing it for me automatically? I have a HP Brio with a Celeron processer, 287 RAM, 4gig on C, 20gig on D, Win 98SE, IE6, with AOL as my ISP. Thanks in advance for any help offered.

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Thanks Brett,

The ideas in the link worked and it relieved one more annoyance.


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