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    Hi there,

    I would agree, although I'd bet the issue is buried in the registry since that's where most settings are stored. The frustrating part is that, in all my searching, I haven't found a way to modify it through the user interface. I'm really not sure what else to offer.
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    I sincerely approciate the effort. I may have to try the registry hack in the end. Very strange.

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    Try this code...

    I have been having similar problems with IE9 not opening maximised, so I wrote a short bit of code for AutoIt and this is described on my website at http://www.worktracker.co.uk/internet-explorer-tips

    The compiled version is also there, so you can pull it down and run it in the background and whenever Internet Explorer is the top window, it will maximise it for you as fast as you can blink!

    Hope it helps,
    Alan

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    Cool deal, Alan, thanks for posting.
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