Dos command to open html page without showing toolbar or menubar

Hi is it possible to open an html page without the toolbar or menubar from dos?
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Not sure this is exactly what you want, but for Internet Explorer, you can open it in kiosk mode(Full screen, no toolbars) via the command line:

"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore" -k
where is the url you wish to open.


If that's IE, you can use the Kiosk mode of IE:

"X:\Path\to\iexplore.exe" -k url

For detail please see .

For other browsers, it's a different story.

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The following command will start the url:
craigdevAuthor Commented:
>The following command will start the url:
>           start

Sure, but that has the address bar and status bar. Thanks for the comments but kiosk mode seems to "take over" the entire screen. What I am really after is to be able to open a normal window, with a normal frame and no menus, address bar etc much like a popup window. So far it does not look like there is a switch for that in windows unfortunately.
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