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IE9 not showing scroll bars on Experts Exchange

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I recently updated my machine to IE9 and now when I click a Question in Experts Exchange I dont have a right-side scroll bar and cannot scroll to end of page. I see the Post a Comment box and the Tweet/FaceBook 'bar' appears to be docked at bottom of IE9 so I suspect that might be preventing IE from showing scroll bar.

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John Hurst earned 500 total points
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You should ask this question in Community Support and you will get an authoritative answer.

In the meantime, go to IE9, Tools, Compatibilty View Settings and uncheck (unselect) Include Updated Website lists from Microsoft".  That will probably fix it and will improve the way IE9 works with Experts Exchange. .... Thinkpads_User
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You were close Thinkpads. I found the solution and was finally able to scroll down to put in this reply!

Answer is:
In IE9, hit ALT key to show File menu then Tools, Compatibilty View Settings and uncheck (unselect) 'Include Updated Website lists from Microsoft' AND make sure 'Display Intranet sites...' and 'Display all websites...' checkboxes are unchecked.

thanks, you get the points.
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Thank you. I was pleased to help, and glad you got it sorted out. I have the Menu Bar showing on my IE9, so I already had the File menu showing.  ... Thinkpads_User
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