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I want resized window in microsoft word or access to reopen in the new size but it doesn't.

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This is not about generic problems for all desktops, it is about Office in some version or another.  Whatever version you got, you didn't go through the program options to 'accept user settings for windows size,' and since you did not even give a version number, you get to hunt for it yourself.  The good news is you can go though the XML settings with a nice text editor like NoteTab.

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I saw most of the people were asking for the option to maximize all Internet explorer windows size. There are some tricks which might work only for some windows but not for all the Internet Explorer windows. As I am working as a technical support, I found an option to set all Internet Explorer Windows maximized.

I will provide you the steps to set this potion, please try this and let me know if this worked for you.

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4. Close the Internet explorer and reopen it to get the maximized windows.
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Follow these instructions exactly to correct your problem.

Right click the shortcut icon for IE next to the Start button, choose Properties, change it from 'normal' to 'maximized'.
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