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  • A little trick I learned for Internet Explorer

    Many of you probably know about this, but just in case.
    If you use Internet Explorer as your browser and are viewing a picture, hit F11 on your keyboard... It will buy you some extra real estate. To go back into regular browser mode, hit the button again.

    I was told it does not work on Netscape or AOL browsers.

    Take Care - Carl

  • #2
    Hey, that does work. Neat. Thanks for the tip Carl.


    • #3
      Yes, thanks, Carl! I hadn't bothered to learn shortcuts for Explorer, but that one is useful -- love to see more of the image.


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