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My internet screen does not show the full page and the scroll bars do not extent to the full page picture. How can I adjust this?

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1. place mouse cursor on the blue header an use the right click. On the drop down menu select "maximize"
2. If this doesn't work then you will have to reset the browser to "default " settings.

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