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    .?cs\~/ Guest

    I have a program that I want to run when the computer starts (at the
    desktop stage)windows.

    I have put it in the startup folder to start automatically I want to
    start it maximized as it only starts a 3rd of it's size.

    I suspect that I need a switch inserting at the end of the command to
    load it but don't know what that should be.

    If I start the program from a shortcut it automatically loads
    maximized.

    Tia
     
    .?cs\~/, Oct 12, 2003
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    °Mike° Guest

    Right click on the shortcut that you have placed in
    the Startup folder, and choose 'Properties'. Select
    'Maximized' from the 'Run' drop down option.
    Apply / Ok.


    On Sun, 12 Oct 2003 14:38:14 +0100, in
    <>
    .?cs scrawled:

    >I have a program that I want to run when the computer starts (at the
    >desktop stage)windows.
    >
    >I have put it in the startup folder to start automatically I want to
    >start it maximized as it only starts a 3rd of it's size.
    >
    >I suspect that I need a switch inserting at the end of the command to
    >load it but don't know what that should be.
    >
    >If I start the program from a shortcut it automatically loads
    >maximized.
    >
    >Tia


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    °Mike°, Oct 12, 2003
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