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Opening jpegs in Photoshop at full window size and maximised?

Posted on 2006-10-23
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Hello

Can anyone advise how to set up PS so that when I open jpegs they always open up maximised and sized to the window (if it's possible?). I know how to change the settings to make this the case, but when I start a new session it always reverts to opening them in smaller windows.

I've had a look at the settings and I can't see any obvious way of doing it...just wondered if anyone knew of one.

Thanks

Mark
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by:wildbrookmedia
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Dont know if there is a way.  I would record an action pressing the F key, and then ctrl+0 each time and run it each time you open the image.  That would get you what you want...
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by:Jason210
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I couldnt figure anything out either..
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Kiran Paul VJ earned 500 total points
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hi Mark,

I think its not possible. This is the nearest u can do is , Open a jpg, as u said it will open in a resized window, Maximize it to fit the window. Dont close this window, keep it there. All jpgs u open after this will be opened in maximised state.

Hope this helps
kiranvj
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by:Mark_1976
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Ok...I did wonder if it wasn't possible. Thanks.
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by:Kiran Paul VJ
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Thank you for the points.
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