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How to make my macromedia projector (.exe) file run at full screen automatically when it open it first according to the monitor resolutions. Example: my macromedia projector, lets call it "screen.exe", has a 800 X 600 pixel of dimension, and I wanna run it on a monitor with the resolution 1024 X 786 pixel, and also automatically resize it self to 1024 X 786?
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Make a shortcut to it (off the desktop or start menu) and in to properties of the shortcut, you have the option to start it minimised/normal/maximised.
Is that what you want?
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