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Hi Folks,

CS3, Mac Pro, 2 monitors; one for Bridge and one for photoshop. When i open a file in PS it open in a small (75% of full screen) and I would like it to open 100% of the screen. Is there a way to set this up?
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Try hitting F on your keyboard a couple of times.



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Man, I have had this posted on two other forms for days and no one has come up with an answer that work. Your is so simple and works like a charm. Thanks a bunch.
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Man, I have had this posted on two other forms for days and no one has come up with an answer that work. Your is so simple and works like a charm. Thanks a bunch.
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