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How do save my window arrangement and sizes in Lotus Notes?

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Every time I close Lotus Notes, I have to redo my window positions and sizes.  I'm sure in a program as complex as Notes, there has to be a way for it to remember this...

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Set the "Keep all windows within main Notes Window (MDI)" in the user preferences dialog. This will remember your settings of your workspace and window size.

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~Hemanth
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I have that checked and it still doesn't work.  Alot of times it does remember, but many times it does not.
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Most of the time when you shutdown the Notes client properly it writes back all the info on desktop.dsk, but the illegal shutdowns will not do that, so you get the state where it saved the desktop last time.

Even thru proper shutdown it causes the same problem, try to reinstall Notes Client.

~Hemanth
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