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Old 01-01-2016, 04:35 PM
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Question Internet Explorer Display

In my laptop (Lenovo G480) monitor, the IE does not display the webpage fully very often. In that case, I can't read and see the right-most part of the display nor move the shifting-bar that usually appears at the bottom of the page (the bar does not appear).
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It is not clear from your post whether you mean the IE window is not displaying in full, or the web page content is not displaying in full. If the problem is the former, you may need to reposition and/or resize the IE window; for the latter, what get's displayed depends on a host of factors, including how much content there is on the page, what the optimum screen format is for that page, your PC's display driver, your PC's screen resolution, your PC's IE zoom settings, and so on, so there is no one-stop fix for all possible problems.
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Hello,

For someone who may face similar issue, here's what you can try:
Reset Internet Explorer to its original settings.
Open IE - Click on Tools - Internet Options - Advanced - Reset. Check the box to delete personal settings and click on Reset once again.
Click on close and restart the computer.

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That seems rather like a scatter-gun approach that isn't really focussed on the issue at hand and is liable to wipe out a lot of site-specific settings the user might like to keep.
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