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Only have part pages have to move blue line on side to get full screen

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I would assume you are using windows8 ?
drag the very top of the screen across and it will open right out.

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If that's a problem within your browser, you can hold down the Ctrl key and press the "-" (minus or hyphen key) to make the display smaller. You can also increase the Control Panel's Display settings to a higher resolution.

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