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Adobe not opening to screen maximise

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Say, when i open a new adobe document - it opens in a non maximised state i.e. I need to always click the square box on the top right hand side to maximise it.

How can i set a default setting to open always in a maximised state?

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Question by:shaunwingin
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What product and version, specifically?
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AdrienneSperber earned 500 total points
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Open the program and then maximize it, then close it.  From that point on it should open maximized.  I have just tested to confirm.
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