Increasing the Size of the Browser Window

Pieces of the Internet Explorer interface can get in the way of data, especially on displays running at low resolutions. There are several ways to make more space available for data in the browser window. Most involve hiding, rearranging, or reconfiguring these optional interface elements.

The simplest way to reclaim space for data is to hide the toolbars and status bar. To hide the status bar, choose View and click Status Bar; to eliminate one or more of the three built-in toolbars, right-click the menu bar and remove the check marks from Standard Buttons, Address Bar, or Links.

You can also rearrange the three toolbars, placing them side by side or one on top of the other. You can even position any ...

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