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When I open Windows Internet Explorer, Version 7, the page is not full size. Is there a way to have it to open up fully?

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Click on the middle button on the very top right corner of your window. It looks like a square with a bold line on top. In the middle of a box with an underline and a box with an X.

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Yes go to the top right hand top corner and click on the SQUARE... that should make it full screen.

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