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Hello,

I am using Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 64-bit. All of a sudden, when I try to open a file to upload to any website, the File Open Dialog appears maximized. I am unable to change its size.

I have tried to find references on the Windows Registry and was unabble. I also went to the Advanced tab and Reset everything to default with no avail.

Any help, please?


Thank you,
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If you right click on the area close the the X (upper right corner) you should have options: one is restore another maximize--try those. There should also be one called size which should make the re-sizing options available to you.
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