|04 Sep 2012||#1|
Internet pages now have top/bottom border. How do I get rid of it?
I don't know what my wife did, but after she used my laptop tonight, I now have an annoying border at the top and bottom of my internet page (see attached image). The border is of my desktop background. I can't find any information as to how to get rid of this border and have tried several things. For what help it may be:
1: My screen is maximized
2: My scaling is set to full screen (not aspect ratio)
3: Hitting F11 does rid of the problem, but I don't want to hide my task/tool bars while viewing in full screen.
4: I can't seem to drag the internet page to make it bigger
Any suggestions as to how I can once again view a full screen and still see my task/tool bars? I simply want to get rid of the desktop background that I see at the top and bottom of the page.
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|04 Sep 2012||#2|
Hello nh10ring, and welcome to Seven Forums.
I only see the normal border for Internet Explorer, but do you mean that it's transparent instead of solid?
If so, then you can turn off transparency to have it solid again.
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